I had a cross-country flight today–4.5 uninterrupted hours in the air, perfect for some quality time with a diva book. Sadly, no delays, so ONLY 4.5 hours. But still. SQUEEEE.
ICYMI, my very first diva book was Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood. For today’s flight, I brought along The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin.
Which, as it turns out, is about Truman Capote and his life with the social elite of New York City during the time that he wrote In Cold Blood. I was reading about Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood. ON A PLANE. It’s all so serendipitously meta that I giggled pretty much the whole flight, which I assure was you was not appropriate considering the subject matter of the book.
Anyway, I recommend The Swans of Fifth Avenue, and not just because I’m on a diva book buzz.
I got so worked up about the whole thing that I’m immediately re-reading In Cold Blood, so if you need me, you know where to find me.
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And how many times have you read it already?
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It’s probably not in double digits* because that would be crazy hahahahaha *it’s absolutely in double digits