Happy Sunday, bookwyrms!
Hopefully, your week has been treating you well. It’s been a really busy week for some of us here since some of us are on Spring Break, or it might have been relaxing, depending on who’s perspective you’re looking at.
Life continues here at Bookwyrming Thoughts and the wind has not yet calmed down yet (also depending on who’s perspective, this might be a good thing). This might catch up sooner or later.
Let’s get started with this week’s wrap-up, shall we?
This Week’s Posts
- [11 Mar] Weekly Wrap-Up: Lookie, It’s Still Shiny
- [12 Mar] Why Do We Create Content? Why Do We Continue Creating Content?
- [13 Mar] How to Catch a Book Nerd’s Attention
- [15 Mar] Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp ★½
- The Opposite of Fate by Amy Tan (library) – I’m reading this for a project in my Women in Media class.
The Reading Life
I finished The Heart Forger, and no, I am not okay. NOT. OKAY. AT. ALL.
I started Fire and Bone by Rachel Marks and The Opposite of Fate by Amy Tan. So far, I’m putting a lot of attention on Amy Tan because I forgot there’s a paper due in about a week. Oops.
I’m enjoying her biography, though, and I’m relating to Amy Tan on a molecular level.
Lupe and I meet again… after high school. Sometimes she catches me at work but we never get to talk (and laugh at each other). In the span of maybe an hour (after eating and me helping her with the ways of WordPress), we somehow managed to knock out three blog posts. Three.
We did this while procrastinating. Please hold while we continue to be shocked. 😱
Lots of other things happened as well:
- I’m now certified in Google Adwords Fundamentals. Eep.
- I watched the Chinese live action of Mulan and OMG. SO GOOD. I watched this after reading The Heart Forger, and I don’t think my heart can take this much emotion.
- I brought bookstagram things. Hello, dark theme I played with in class once, you are now mine forever. 😈
I survived my first informational interview as well, but uh… I apparently had a panic attack or was on the verge of one, so Elena had to step in a few times.
- As you can probably tell, I don’t get out a lot.
That’s… lovely to know. *cringes* At times like this I wonder if I even chose the right major because I can’t even function properly in front of people and I’m a communication major. (Note: We’re… we’re not just about communicating with people.)