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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Third Time's the Charm

Good day, USA!

Again, not a lot happening this past week. The only bit of news that I do have is the Lena the newsperson who's writing the SA article for the Knox Student met up with me a third time on Tuesday to sort out some final details. I'm impressed; she clearly wants to do a good job with the article, which not only means good publicity for me, but it shows what a hard worker she is with trying to make this article the best it can be. According to her, it should be coming out in the Arts section of the paper this week, so keep your eyes peeled!

Other than that, not much. I'm slowly working on my next manuscript, which I still love and adore and will hopefully become the best thing I've ever wrote. For those who don't know, it's a sci-fi about a cyborg living in a post post apocalyptic society trying to figure out the conspiracy behind her creation and her past life. It's like the biggest writing project I've undertaken, and like all my other works I WILL FINISH IT!

And there was Valentine's Day, which I spent ALONE, like always. Though I did have some yummy Russell Stover candy to nom on (thanks, Mom!).

Weekly (Dis)Likes:

Like 1: Reading Day was on Wednesday, which was basically I day off from classes. Spent it napping and reading, and now I'm officially done with all the reading for my European History class.

Like 2: The upcoming article. See above.

Like 3: Applied to some jobs. Made me feel productive.

Like 4: Lindsey Currie. She's a Knox alumni who I got in contact with thanks to the career center. She was sweet, and told me all about working in the publishing business. I got another possible contact and info about an internship from her. Yay for networking!

Like 5: I've applied also for my final three classes at Knox. One's a gender/woman's studies, the other two are English, with one of those being the Senior Portfolio all senior Creative Writing majors have to do to graduate. I can do this!

And quote!

"The more we do, the more we can do."  -William Hazlitt

Talk to you later,

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