Hello, I’ve returned.
I’ve recently purchased a ton of books. A decent portion of them were for my classes this fall, but the rest of them were on writing, addressing specific things about the craft that I may not be familiar with. I have sitting on my desk a stack of these books, and while I was racking my brain to think of something to write today, I caught sight of them. So I thought to myself … why not do reviews of them?
So, in the upcoming months, I plan to review them as I read them. (In addition to all the other things I do. Poetry, short stories, etc.) I thought it might be fun–I certainly would love to help out anyone looking for a good read on writing. 🙂
To be honest, I have yet to actually sit down and read any of them. With college move in coming up soon, I’ve had a lot on my plate with packing and such. Plus I’m recovering from having my wisdom teeth out last Tuesday and it made my brain a little fuzzy. (Sorry if I forgot to mention that in previous posts.)
But since I am starting to feel back to my best self, I will be working on continuing Matches, Ravens, and New Clothes, and reading one of the books. I’m going to do my best to alternate Monday posts with those two things. 🙂 (Plus anything else that comes to mind that I think deserves to be on my blog.) And of course Thursdays will continue to be strictly poetry.
Though as a full time college student, and one with a job at that, I will have a significantly less amount of time to dedicate to this blog. I will do my best to stay consistent and provide good content.
That being said, I will not sacrifice my studies for the sake of this blog. (Because, let’s be honest. An education is more important than a hobby. Plus it’s an education in my hobby. Creative writing, I mean. That’s my major.) I’m sure you, the reader, understand where I’m coming from.
Anyhoo, thank you for reading. ❤ I know this wasn’t the most interesting of posts, but I thought I’d let everyone know what was going on currently and in the future.
Have a lovely day/night/evening/morning! (Whatever time it is when/where you read this.)