Hey fancy faces.
It's Friday again.
And I can't decide if this week went by fast or slow.
So I guess that means it went by...normalish?
Anyway, I have good news and things to share!
First, I have an interview at a fantastic organization.
For the sake of not jinxing it or revealing too much about whether it's a full time job, part time job, volunteer opportunity, internship, etc...that's all I'm going to say.
But - YAY!
Say your prayers and cross your fingers.
I'll share more when I can :)
Second, I'm on a big library kick lately.
Borrowing books is free.
Borrowing books is fun.
Borrowing books makes you smart.
Borrowing books causes nostalgia.
I can't make a better case than that. If you're not convinced by that argument then you might just have a stone cold heart...or an iPad. Or maybe I'm not that good at arguments.
Guess that's why I'm the only one of my friends not in law school ;)
So here's what I'm reading now:
It's set in the 1800s.
Tragedy. Love. Strength. Transformation.
I'm about 60 pages in. Because I'm a bit of a wuss, it was hard to get through the beginning of the story as it's quite heartbreaking but now I'm hooked and thankful my boyfriend went out with his friends tonight because I curled up in bed with tea and got to read this totally girly book. Who knew?
Anyway, I totally recommend looking into it.
This is kind of a no-brainer right? This woman can do no wrong in my opinion.
Has anyone read this yet? What do you think?
Harry Potter fans unite!
And after that:
I've been told it's similar to Hunger Games with a bigger focus on romance.
Sounds right up this girl's alley!
(by the way, I've always found that to be a very dirty phrase. just me?)
The best part about this book is that it's a series.
Needless to say, me and LexPubLib are becoming quite cozy with one another.
Anyone else reading something fantastic?