Ch-ch-ch-changes!

September 13, 2010 at 12:10 am 4 comments

Many of you will not have picked up on this, but Corey and I have had some significant changes offline in the past few weeks. Corey, the academic extraordinaire, is finishing up her internship at The Morgan Library (I know, I’m wildly jealous) and headed off to London in a few weeks to study history at one of the best schools in the entire world, no joke.

And me? Well, I have gotten a new job (which you may have known) and now spend much of my time scurrying around covering county meetings and roadkill. While this does not sound terribly exciting, it is time-consuming and I have yet to strike a work-life balance that makes any sort of sense. Corey has been picking up the slack for me around here, but with her upcoming adventure and entrance into the world of academia, it’s not fair to make her keep doing that.

So. What this means for you guys is that we will be posting less — three times a week instead of five, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We’ll likely be doing the Weekly Geeks thing, a review or clip show and then the standard Fantasy or Fairy Tale Friday alternating with the Rereadings series when we get the chance.

If you guys have any suggestions about what you’d like to see, or if you’d like to guest post, just let us know! As always, thanks for reading and we’ll be sure to come up with some awesome posts for you in the future!

Kate

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Iris  |  September 13, 2010 at 2:11 am

    So I’m guessing there won’t be a classic’s challenge for the time being? I do understand that with changes in life it is sometimes hard to keep up with posting every day! Oh, and good luck to both with the new job and the new study. You can never go wrong with studying history ;)

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  • 2. Eva  |  September 13, 2010 at 5:06 am

    I’ll miss the classics challenge, although I’ve been an awful participant lately, lol.

    I just hope you still talk about classics! Especially the more obscure ones; I love getting the suggestions. :)

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