Saturday Night and I am blogging again.

Wow, it has been awhile since I have written anything about my life. It has been a tough couple of months but as always I am weathering the storms that come my way.

Back in May I switched jobs. No big surprise, as my ex-husband said “so what else is new?.

I now work for the Division of Forestry for the State of Nevada. Not a bad switch I might add. I work with a great bunch of people, no drama queens in this crowd! Oh and the firemen, well worth the job switch!

I have been reading a lot this summer. I have not reviewed many of my reads as I do not want this blog to be just another book review site, though I do enjoy reviewing and talking books.

If you noticed, I finally placed a real picture of me on the site. I got brave and took some pictures. Now there is a real person behind this blog.

I am reading Terra Incognita by Ruth Downie. It is book two in her Roman Empire series. If you like historical fiction I would give this series a try. Next up is Mathew Pearl’s The Last Dickens. I have a pile of books I want to read before school starts again. This next semester is going to be tough. I am taking three writing intensive classes. By spring I will be a senior. The time has flown by! Next up my Masters in Medieval History.

I hope to spend more time on my blog. I am looking forward to expanding what I put on it. Tonight was all about updating. Next up some musing from my ever wandering and wondering mind.

Author: sarij

I'm a writer, lifelong bibliophile ,and researcher. I hold a Bachelors in Humanities & History and a Master's in Humanities. When I'm not reading or talking about Shakespeare or history, you can usually find me in the garden discussing science or politics with my cat.

3 thoughts on “Saturday Night and I am blogging again.”

  1. I am not sure how I feel about Russo and Tilla;s relationship now that I am finished with book two. Neither want to marry, yet cannot stay away from each other. Did I miss something about their relationship?


  2. Thanks for the spoiler. 😉 Not that I thought they'd get married in Book Two actually. I did read the first one, though, and enjoyed it, but like Steven Saylor's take on Rome better in his Roma Sub Rosa series.Wow, word verification word is "trash". Is that what you think of my comments? ;)Sorry to joke with you so much. Welcome back, really.


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