my computer shorted out last night. My computer shorted out last night and I was worried I would lose the holiday exchange fic I was almost done writing. But most of all, dear internet, I was terrified that we’d take it in and some helpful IT person would boot it up and it would restore itself exactly as it had been when it shut off, with a window of 1D porn open across the huge screen. So, capitalist patron saint of Thanksgiving, I say to you: I am thankful it started up again. And thankful it started up again without any windows open. ;A;
I was looking for a book in my school’s library and when I came to the shelf I needed I saw that the subjects of the books there were as follows: Several books on the history of witchcraft, vampires, and werewolves, several books on the history of human sexuality (including such titles as “A History of Breasts”), two or three books on the history of Fashion, and then finally a few books about the history of tea and coffee houses.
I don’t know if I understand what system of organization my school is using here…
There is also, you would be interested to know, a few shelves of cookbooks and dieting in the biology library.
My friend is an MFA student and is part of a literary magazine, trying to hit 400 signatures by tomorrow (Sunday)! Please take a sec to click the link and vote in the top left corner / reblog this!
Our project will address the lack of racial, gender, sexual orientation, and ethnic diversity in young adult literature. The literary magazine will support underrepresented cultures and communities by publishing stories that give a voice to those who have not had their chance to speak. By creating a young adult literary magazine that focuses on diversity, we hope to raise awareness to the fact that today’s young adult literature does not reflect the cultural diversity of our country.