Hello all and welcome to the update for the week beginning 24/9/18 (although it’s a day late, so, really, it’s 25/9/18)!
It has been a very busy couple of weeks out in the working and studying world where I live away from TaleInferno. However, I am doing my best to keep on top of everything and to ensure that I’m putting up at least one post that isn’t just this weekly update!
As you can imagine, and hence why this update is a day late, it has made me a bit run down. Becoming sick is never a fun experience, particularly when you know it’s because you’re pushing yourself a bit too hard. Nonetheless, I already know that I’m going to look back on this year and be proud of what I have been able to achieve.
… That’s assuming I get everything done and it all goes to plan!
Anyway, let’s get right into this update since we are already a day late!
No news for this week. However, an update on the video game reviews: I have all the bits and pieces I need, just not a supportive internet. I will try and get the first video out as soon as I can!
We’ve made it to the end of the ‘Tomorrow series’ by John Marsden! This means we’re up to the whole series review, which will hopefully come out later this week (or beginning of next week!).
When: Thursday or Saturday
I know you’ve been waiting for it, so it’s time for you all to learn about the em and en rules! ‘What is an… em and en rule?’ will be coming out later this week.
When: Wednesday or Thursday
Also, if I don’t have more technical difficulties, we should be having a vlog out this Friday, where I will talk about the next literary theory: Feminist criticism.
When: Friday (or Saturday again!)
The Legends of Eve: A Warriors Past by Anonymous
This Side of Paradise by F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The Rider by Tim Krabbe
I Can’t Stop Jacking Off by Mr Socially Awkward
There are still a few things to organise for the video game reviews to start. Unfortunately, the internet situation isn’t getting any better. So, I will endeavour to get something out as soon as possible but I’m in the hands of technology (and we know how much technology loves me).
Again, as mentioned last week, the next instalment in the ‘What is a…’ series is ‘What is a… Full stop?’.
Then, the next vlog for Vlog Friday will be ‘Let’s talk about queer theory!’. Feminist criticism and queer theory are related, so it only makes sense to jump into this literary theory after this Friday!
Books to read
Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult
The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks
And that’s it for this week! Remember to ignite the story and I’ll see you again soon!
Charlotte is a reading and writing lover who has completed a creative writing intensive course at the University of Oxford and is a current university student studying a double degree in journalism and creative writing. If you are curious to learn more, check out the 'About' page.