Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending my first official library conference: NJLA (New Jersey Library Association). Since I'm a student member I was able to attend for the day and I'm so glad I did! The conference was held at Harrah's Resort in Atlantic City this year. The experience was almost like the first … Continue reading NJLA Conference and Author Marc Tyler Nobleman
At the beginning of the spring semester I took a seven week course on Integrated Technology in Libraries. During this course we had an extensive lecture on properly backing up and saving files. Back then I understood where I could save my work, how I could save my work, and how often to save my … Continue reading A Lesson in Backing Up Files: Writing Update
If you're as sick of me saying that once again this page got away from me, then have no fear, this is the last time I'll mention it, because no doubt, it'll happen again in the next few months. In fact, I know it'll happen in June, July, and probably August because I'm dumb and … Continue reading Life and Writing Updates
Right now I'm waist deep into my second semester of graduate school. Sometimes the waters of library jargon are easy to sift through and other times I feel like I'm stuck in a mud pit. Anyway, the point is that yet again this blog has escaped me. But now I have a purpose. In my … Continue reading Library Ideas!
In the middle of November 2017 I began writing the draft to a new novel. At this moment in time I'm a few hundred words away from 30,000. Last year, at this time, I had already written 50,000 words for a different novel. The difference is that I feel a lot more confident with this … Continue reading Writing Goals for the New Year
When I started this blog, I told myself I would update it once a week with at least one to two posts a week. While my last post was August 4th (because of the retrograde), I was supposed to start posting again in September. Yikes. I should be ashamed, but I can't be. Life got in the … Continue reading Updates and Life
Welp it’s that awesome time of year when the ever lovely Mercury decides to turn tail in the sky. That’s right. For those of you that have no clue what I mean, I’m talking about Mercury Retrograde. According to Susan Miller of Astrology Zone, "Mercury rules all types of communication, including listening, speaking, learning, reading, … Continue reading Mercury Retrograde: The Catalyst for a Break