The Sunday Post

I found this through I Read it and Wept (and mad googling skills). It’s apparently a sort of life and blog update–I may personalize it to suit myself and make it a weekly or monthly thing. We’ll see.

This Week

I started off the month of June with the goal to post every day in preparation for July. See, in July we’ll have Camp NaNoWriMo and I intend to participate. The second was a bit busy for me, so I posted a short sort of poetic thing: “If we were having coffee.”The following discussion on fanfiction was simply amazing–I really appreciate everyone who shared thoughts in the comment section! I asked for help for another one of my projects, and again got some absolutely lovely input. To round out the week, I shared with you my intended reads for the weekend (hint: I didn’t do so great) and discussed my thoughts on favorites.

Next Week

I unfortunately do not have my posts lined up for this coming week nearly as much as I would like, but I do know I would like to do a bit of discussion on worldbuilding (which is the current phase of my writing project). I might also review the general statistics of the books on my shelves–or do a rendition of On My Shelf (feel free to give my coordinates!). I’ll also be posting a review for A Madness of Angels by Kate Griffin, as I’ll have that read by Tuesday, and hopefully of Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor if I decide to do sequel reviews.

In Real Life

I’ve survived me first week back at work and it was wonderful! This week I’m (hopefully) supposed to find out about a project I’m supposed to work on for my supervisor, so fingers crossed I’m filled in on instructions. I should also finish the first draft of the blog post due in a week (anyone know books translated from French into English?) for work as well. I’m hoping to hang out with a friend I haven’t seen in a while as well, but we’ll see if our work schedules match up well enough. And maybe I’ll organize my books by rainbow. Because that just looks like a lot of fun! Either way, I desperately need another shelf. I’ve run out of room on the owns I own and my current shelves just look ridiculously bloated.

Thanks for reading!
Have you made a post this week of which you’re proud?
What’s going on with you?

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