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Welcome, my dudes!
This blog went dead for six-some-months, but I’m back with a rejuvenated purpose and many exciting plans for the future. I gave Author on Adventure a bit of a face-lift and added new pages and photographs.
Here’s a quick tour!
About AOA: a brief first-person bio and an introduction to the blog.
Author: a collection of the ‘author’ categorized entries where I talk about writing and books, plus there’s a gallery with the funny author memes. I will add a sub-page called Reviews in the near future. For now, you can check out my review of the first season of A Discovery of Witches. It was a pleasure to write.
Fire Up Chips!: blog entries I wrote between 2012-2015 while I was working on my undergrad at Central Michigan University. Most of them are about art exhibitions I attended.
Grad School: blog entries about my journey through the master’s program in communication at Oakland University. There’s a sub-page about the non-profit organization I joined, the American Association of University Women.
Studying the Story: more or less a precursor to the Review page where I criticize books, movies, TV shows and video games. There are three sub-pages: Creative Writing, Poetry and Weird Genre (the latter talks about my entries on mythology and horror).
You’ll find several blog entries I wrote for a journalism class and some random ‘adventure’ entries, such as my trip to North Carolina and the joys of being a bookseller. The Adventure entries will have also have a page of their own soon.
Have fun reading!
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Yaaaaay! I finally stopped shaking around and made a pretty template for this #authorgram. I'll use it for announcements, quotes, poem excerpts and blog entry titles like this one. 🤓📚☕ We got two fun entries this Saturday and next week and… and then May is upon us. Where does the time go? 😚 How are things going for you guys? Reading anything good? (PS. I almost added "blaze it!" after that April date.)