Editor Letter

Life + Book Blogging = Cannot Compute



I’ve been meaning to talk about this for a while. I feel really bad that I haven’t been able to post a lot of reviews and such on this blog for the past couple of weeks. Ever since I started my new job in February at a non-profit organization my life has been CRAZY. Working part-time (or full-time some weeks), and going to school half time leaves me with little time, and the little time that I do have, I use it to sleep or mindlessly watch youtube videos (cause I canceled netflix. I KNOW. I regret it now).

I have tried to read and at times I fail because I’m just too exhausted to concentrate on the story unfolding before me. The few books I have read, I don’t have enough to say about the book to justify a review. I’m finally catching up on my ARCs though (sort of).

All of this is to say please bear with me until the end of May. After May school is overΒ and while I will be working full-time, I no longer have to worry about going to my night classes, doing homework, and all that school shenanigans.

I will be back! I promise! I just have to figure out this life stuff first and I’m all yours!

I will be posting stuff while I’m still in school, it’s just going to be all over the place. No set schedule at all. πŸ™‚


6 thoughts on “Life + Book Blogging = Cannot Compute”

  1. Just remember that if you’re supposed to be part-time, it’s up to you to make sure that you only work part-time. Unless you’re being compensated by the hour, there’s not an employer in the world who will object to you working more hours than you’re supposed to. New and eager employees are the worst about this, and all too many bosses allow them to put in 60 hours when they’re only supposed to put in 20 and just enjoy the extra without saying anything.

    1. Thank you for your concern! Really! πŸ™‚ When I’ve worked full time, I get paid for it. I don’t work extra for free. I’m paid hourly so it makes a difference for me. If I was a salary-based paid employee, it would be a little different. But thank you for your concern. Glad you’re out there looking out for us young folk πŸ™‚

      1. I’d be offended by the implication that I’m not a young folk, but…I’m not a young folk by any stretch of the imagination. So none taken ;^) ! Don’t feel guilty about recharging your batteries. You don’t want to burn yourself out!

        1. Hahaha sorry! I felt It was being implied I was a young folk because of the new employees part and that you weren’t. πŸ˜‰ and thank you! Glad someone understands! πŸ™‚

  2. OMG you used a Star Wars gif! I’m so proud of you ^_^ I’ll forgive you this time, slacker πŸ˜‰ I lie – I’ll read whatever post you write, whether it’s once a day or once a month!

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