Happy September everyone! Did you have a good weekend? This weekend was Labour Day here in Canada; I was very happy to have an extra day off (although I mainly spent the time reading The Huntress by Kate Quinn – I needed to get through it for a book review that’s due this week)! I am happy to say though that I also fit in some editing time. I actually pulled out the notebook I use to break down my goals for the week into manageable chunks (I haven’t used it since February! 😮 ) – I used it just to plan out what I needed to do over the weekend (mostly reading and editing). I’m happy to say that I managed to get through pretty much all of my goals. 🙂
Oh, and earlier in the week, I was also a guest host on the Thunder Bay Public Library’s weekly show Read This Next, which airs on Fridays. Nicole and I chatted about video game books – we gave highlights based on games that are coming out this fall, talked about our personal video game book recommendations, and just generally chatted about video games. I had so much fun! Check it out here:
Other than that, I’m still working on French and Ukrainian, mainly on Duolingo. I tried watching a movie in French without subtitles about a week ago; I couldn’t follow the dialogue, but thankfully I was able to follow the story thanks to the visuals. Then a few nights ago I watched a movie in Ukrainian, but with English subtitles; my Ukrainian isn’t as strong as my French, but I was happy to be able to pick out a few words on my own here and there. Oh, and I was really excited: while reading The Huntress, one of the characters has a tattoo on her foot in Cyrillic. Even though it was in Russian, I was able to understand what it said (it was the numbers for six hundred and sixteen)!
So how’s your week been? Anything new and exciting? 🙂
2 responses to “#WriteTuesday: The Return!”
Shauna, I enjoyed seeing you on Read This Next! I just finished reading “The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek,” which I absolutely loved.
Thank you so much for watching it. 🙂
Oh that sounds super interesting. I’ve never heard of the blue-skinned people of Kentucky before!
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