Hi all! I know it's been a solid six months since I've written here. A lot has happened between now and then. There's school, and work, and all those little things that make life worth living. Unfortunately books haven't been a part of my life since the school year started. I blocked off this weekend to change that.
I miss reading, and as i'm getting over a dozy of a cold I can't think of a better form of medicine.
So here is a quick introduction, I'm Sarah, by the way. Hopefully I'll find a way to be around here more.
Michigan, the metro Detroit area. It's kind chilly today and that makes for perfect snuggly under blankets reading!
2) Which book in your stack are you most looking forward to?
I just bought Carry On and I'm really excited for it, but i'm not really sure what order i'll read anything in, at least not yet.
3) Which snack are you most looking forward to?
Gummy bears and pita chips? I'm fairly predictable here.
4) Tell us a little something about yourself!
Hi! I'm in my second year of library school (though i don't want to be a traditional librarian), I have a dog who will be my unwilling cheerleader and cuddle partner all day, and I'm currently looking for authors who were born or have lived in New Orleans so I can prep for my next trip!
5) If you participated in the last read-a-thon, what’s one thing you’ll do different today? If this is your first read-a-thon, what are you most looking forward to?
I think this is my sixth readathon? It may be my seventh. My first was in Fall 10 but I haven't managed every one since.
The main thing I'm doing different today is not worrying. Usually not having done this introductory meme by 9am would be a stress inducer for me, but i woke up a little after 8 and started reading, and occaionally texting. Sometimes it's good to remind myself this isn't about page or book counts but instead about enjoying reading, and the great community that surrounds this reradathon!