Great news, everyone — I finished all my assignments and Fall semester is over!
I finished up late last week and have been mostly sleeping and chilling out since; it’s been great! I’m heading home very soon and very ready for the holiday season and more relaxing as well as catching up with family (and eating lots of food!).
Clearly second year has been much busier than first year! Somehow I managed to continue to post once a month last year and now I’m/you’re lucky if I post once a month 😛
Winter break is coming up soon which means I’m almost done with my current semester! I still have three essays to write and have been severely lacking in motivation, though at the same time I really want to create a good product. Especially as one of them came out of a ethnographic study I did with a group I joined this year, and not only do I want to portray them accurately and draw up some really useful and powerful conclusions, but I’ll also be sharing my paper with them so there’s more pressure to do a good job with it, then simply submitting it for a grade.
Hey all! Have I been away long enough? 😛
I have some more posts in the works before the year is up but school has most of my attention at the moment. However, I did want to share some highlights from Raincoast Book’s Teens Read Preview from last month! We got to spend the afternoon in a library hearing about upcoming releases for Winter and Spring, served up with delicious donuts and pie 🙂
Yes I had both and I’m not ashamed by it
I detailed my last trek out to a publishing event – Frenzy Presents in the summer, which had a bit of a disastrous start, but I managed to get to this preview without incident, on time, no detours. Miracle of miracles.
Here are some of my stand-outs from the line-up but you can find even more of the books they mentioned by checking out the hashtag #TeensReadFeed on Twitter!