WHAT THE FIREMAN LEFT, AND IT'S #READINGWOMENMONTH

How do you feel about it being Friday (doctors office style)->> 😑😁😩😟

How do I feel? I'm always happy to see Friday, and even happier to see Monday. I have no idea why,  because for the most part the days have very little meaning, unless school is in. 

SCHOOL WILL BE ENDING SOON. I feel like I am never fully prepared for that. Schedules are hard for me to keep when there are so many variables that summer brings. 

•I wrote a new short story. It's about time, right? If you follow me on Instagram (if you don't, why the heck not;-) Let's be friends!) you might've seen the post where I talk about how I read Joe Hill's The Fireman, and how it left me thinking about how events can bring out something ugly in the best people you know.

artwork credit: Le Monde - Le cri du peuple fait le buzz by Sébastien Thibault

artwork credit: Le Monde - Le cri du peuple fait le buzz by Sébastien Thibault

This short story will be ready early next week. More details coming soon!

• I just finished Bird Box by Josh Malerman (I even read the acknowledgements. That's saying a lot!) 

•I found out that this month is #ReadingWomenMonth. I'm putting off a couple of reads I had lined up to participate in it. Let me know if you're participating, too. I don't know what I'll be reading yet. I'm interested to see what you all have on your list for this month.

 

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