Atlas Obscura in Cornwall: Land’s End, Minack Theatre, and St. Michael’s Mount

I’ve just returned from a short trip to Cornwall, a county in the south west of the United Kingdom. Cornwall is renowned for its breathtaking coastline, blond beaches, and picturesque towns and villages. I flipping loved it.

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Biographies about dead celebrities, a visit to Pére Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, and a New York bookshop dedicated to mysteries

The lure of the tragic, charismatic star is hard to beat, at least for me. I’ve been reading lots of books about dead celebrities; the kinds of people who made quite the impression in their lifetimes and have become all the more fascinating in (tragic) death.

Losing the plot, the cemetery enthusiast, Gretchen Rubin, and a hairtastrophe!

I’ve been thinking about plot. A lot. Is plot essential? I believe so. Story is plot. Plot is inherent in story. When readers complain about the books they haven’t enjoyed, they will often say, “It just didn’t go anywhere. I got bored.” Readers want to dive in to story. As in life, we want to be enchanted, entertained, and most importantly, to be taken on a journey.