So, yesterday, I graduated from college. Emmy Hart, BA in English. I have no idea how that happened. And I don't really think it's hit me yet. I mean, I don't think it's going to really going to hit me until The Brother goes back to campus in August. Then, when I'm sitting here, all by myself, or preparing to go to my JOB...then I'll start freaking out about how college is over and stuff. Right now, I think I'm in denial. But, the ceremony was nice (even though I got pretty sunburned).
So, that being said, this is officially SUMMER! And summer means Summer Reading! I know I posted about this on my blog about a week ago, and I got a few comments, both via the blogosphere and in person. And although it was really close (literally 2 to 1), it looks like my theme this year is going to be "Summer School: Books I Didn't Read For Class, But Was Supposed To." I'll be posting later tonight, seeing as I've almost finished my first book of the summer.
Just a quick rundown for Summer Reading this year....I'll be including a page, just like I always do for this season. Summer starts today, and goes until my little brother returns to college (ie., sometime in August). I'll be reviewing books here, and on Goodreads, so be sure to check out my reviews there, as well! For the "Summer School" books, I'll make sure to include not only a review, but also the class the book was for, and the reason I didn't actually read it. I hope this is a lot of fun :)
If you guys have any book suggestions, remember: I work in a library, so I'll be able to pick up your suggestions as soon as possible. Just let me know!
Although, I'll be honest, I do have a few books already lined up in the que: Dresden Files 3: Grave Peril (Jim Butcher), Three Bags Full (Leonie Swann), and The Psychopath Test (Jon Ronson).
Have a great summer, y'all!
(I still can't believe I've graduated......)