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Without Walls is happening and I am sobbing (via Onzie Sleeveless Cropped Top - Without Walls)
GO WITHOUT WALLS
These “Better Together” features on the UO site make me want to scream/cry/vom because HOW BEAUTIFUL IS EVERYONE
Is it weird that I need these in my life (via Vanguard Hoops & Dreams Tiger Sweatpant - Urban Outfitters)
My 2012 web comic I THINK I AM IN FRIEND-LOVE WITH YOU is now a hardcover book published by Adams Media and coming to a bookstore near you in December 2013.
Unlike the web comic, the book version comes with a brand new extended ending.
Thank you everyone for all your support.
Please reblog and share!
I have a confession to make.
I think I am in friend-love with you.
What’s friend-love? It’s that super-awesome bond you share with someone who makes you happy every time you text each other, or meet up for an epic outing. It’s not love-love. You don’t want to swap saliva; you want to swap favorite books. But it’s just as intense and just as amazing.
And it’s this search for that connection that comic-book artist Yumi Sakugawa captures in I Think I Am in Friend-Love with You. It’s perfect if you’ve ever fallen in friend-love and want to show that person how much you love them…in a platonic way, of course.
PRAISE FOR I THINK I AM IN FRIEND-LOVE WITH YOU
"Look around. You won’t find anything sweeter than this lonely little book anywhere in your immediate vicinity. Unless for some reason there’s, like, a bunny knitting a scarf for a puppy. That might be sweeter. Aside from that, this book is definitely your best bet." —Avery Monsen, coauthor of K is for Knifeball and All My Friends Are Dead
"This is one of my favorite comics ever, a sweet ode to platonic love that will echo through the ages." —MariNaomi, author of Kiss & Tell
"Funny and beautifully drawn, I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You is the bittersweet tale of friendships in the age of social media in which many can relate.” —Esther Pearl Watson, author of Unlovable
"The warmth of Yumi’s soft brushstrokes and vulnerability of her words make me feel less alone in this weird world. I think I am in book-love." —Lisa Hanawalt, author of My Dirty Dumb Eyes
Congrats, boo! So glad we got this for Urban!
IT IS MY LIFE/HOW I MAKE FRIENDS WHO AREN’T TOO INTIMIDATED BY MY INTERNET-STALKING SKILLS.
New year, fresh starts (via Urban Outfitters)