SO, I recently got a kindle from my Amazon.com wishlist from a devout and faithful sub and downloaded and started reading Valley of The Dolls. I really like her haphazard style of writing, its very common and matter of fact in tone that you just get sucked into the story. It makes me wonder if writers like Bret Easton Ellis and Chuck P, write with the same kind of style of brute honesty that juxtaposes the socially palatable successful being candy coated while their inside is nothing but a rotting mess of a person: Clay in Ellis' Less Than Zero, Palahniuk's Jack/Tyler Durden character from Fight Club, and here the triad of Doll victims: O'Hara, Anne, and Jenn.
This morning I also decided to listen to some records while I stretch and start out my day. The Dirty Projector's Bitte Orca is one of my favorites of the last couple years. I keep getting the following song in my head, I love the beat and the vocals behind it.