As you can tell from the title of this post, I will be talking about the end of my sophomore year of college, my first semester at Boston University, and my plans for this summer.
First, the end of school was on a relatively high note. I wasn't stressed by my exams, finished them all quickly, got good grades on my final papers, and in my classes in general. Being in Boston was such a different experience than being in Waltham and I'm so glad I decided to transfer, even though it was scary at first.
Second, what next?
For most people, summer is a time to kick back and relax, but for me it's normally just a different kind of busy: writing and internships. This summer, I hope to finally finish and publish The Matchmakers, but with 2 weddings, lots of appointments, 2 internships, I can't guarantee I'll get my next book out. What I can say though is that I have a few new surprises (to my readers as well as to me—these ideas completely blind-sighted me and lit my inspiration fuse) that I'll be announcing in my next newsletter that will come out Monday.
What about you? What are your plans for the summer? Comment below.
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