Hello all and welcome to the wrap-up for the week ending 4/11/17!
As you can see, this is the wrap-up for both this week and last week since I was unable to post one last week (and it would be odd having a wrap-up #10 without a #9). Both weeks have been similar with the amount I have put on this website, which is very minimal. However, both weeks have also proven to be very busy for me, working full-time and casually while also finishing up my final assignments.
I mentioned in the weekly update that I would be focusing all my spare time on this website once my final assignments were done, which is true. I have a lot of plans lined up when I get the time, so make sure to stay tuned after the next couple of weeks because things are going to get pretty busy on here! For a little hint about what's in store, there'll be a LOT of reviews, a couple of genre blog posts, another instalment in my creative writing journey, and that's just the beginning!
Anyway, let's get into this wrap-up!
Over the last two weeks, I have not posted any reviews. I will make up for this lack of reviews in due time (I'm hoping The Return of the King will be out next week).
No blog posts either! Not much activity is planned for this area either until I'm finished with university this year.
Looking for Alaska by John Green
Paper Towns by John Green
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
Achievements of the week
I finished up two final assignments this week, so that's very exciting. I have one more to do and an exam and then I'm all yours, fellow booklovers! The countdown is on and I'm very excited for when I'm able to put more time into this blog. Other achievements this week have included some awesome editing and content creation at my new job, which has been absolutely awesome. If you don't know, alongside my love for writing is also my love for editing, so being able to do that within my job is so much fun!
Quotation of the week
'I don't think you fully understand the public, my friend; in this country, when something is out of order, then the quickest way to get it fixed is the best way.' -- Dale Harding, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey.
And that's it this week! I can't wait for these last final assessments to be done. It's going to be very exciting here when I get that extra time back!
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.