What a week it has been. Actually, maybe the last two weeks. I’ve lost track of time and lately I’ve been feeling pretty darn lazy. Procrastination is at an all time high, which is not good because I only have about two weeks left in this term. Work must be done soon. And by soon, I do mean /soon/. I’ve given myself daily goals, and so far have fulfilled them.
Homework cuts into my reading time, but reading also cuts into my homework time. This month I have read about two books, if I can remember correctly. I’m currently reading a book called “Wildflowers” by Rhonda Mccormack. Halfway through and so far it is brilliant. It’s so different, one of the best YA books out there, in my opinion. Another book I have waiting to be read is “A Fortune Hunter” by Daisy Goodwin. The cover is beautiful. I can’t wait to start that one.
Summer is so close. More writing time and more reading time and no worries about deadlines and grades! Lordy, I cannot wait.
Books I have read for April:
1. A Creature of Moonlight by Rebecca Hahn.
2. Death of a Grim Reaper by Bali Fields.
Books I want to read:
100+ Tudor related historical fiction.
So many books, so little money.
I’ve been a big ball of stress. It’s almost the end of my semester and I’m feeling pretty darn lazy/unmotivated at this point. But I’ll have to carry on and do my exam today.
On a different note, I have the final assignment for my writing class and can’t wait to do it. I get to ruin a character’s life with some sort of tragedy. Of course, I’m going to use death and kill off someone’s fiance or something. Maybe.
Have you ever written interconnected stories?
An example of interconnected stories would be works like Olive Kitteridge and Later, at the Bar.
I don’t mind reading them.
Man, do I hate writing them.
Especially when the subject matter is specific and not what you enjoy writing.
Some of my writing classes are fun and some not so much.
Just another step on the ladder, though.
A plate of food I’d rather not eat, but will because I get the dessert afterwards.