Surprise, surprise. The weekend isn’t even over yet and I already have another blog post for you all. And here’s the kicker… this one wasn’t even planned. Continue reading “Special Sunday Post: We Need Diverse Books Campaign May 1-3”
A lot has been going on with the book (AMW) since the previous update on it. It’s moving right along in terms of getting ready to be read by others. Continue reading “Countdown: T-Minus 2-3 Months(-ish)”
I never thought I would find myself kicking off my Spring Break in this fashion. Two days ago, one of my favorite actors, Dante Basco, proposed a fan meet-up in Union Square in San Francisco. He was here in the Bay Area these last few days to attend screenings for the latest film he’s in, “Awesome Asian Bad Guys,” at the 2014 CAAMFest, and so he thought it would be a good idea to meet up with fans here in the area and just talk.
NOTE: I may be using “collaborate” and “kollaborate” interchangeably throughout today’s post, and if you know me, you know why. 😉
I was caught in quite a fickle this week at school when the people in a group project I had to do for one of my classes decided to wait until two days before our freaking presentation to finally come together and establish a plan of sorts. Already I was telling them within the weeks we were given to work on this thing to act on the time we had, while we still could, and yet there they were; pulling off last-minute stunts, with me as the mule hauling their load. Continue reading “Thoughts About Collaborations”
The time is getting closer. The not-quite-designated-yet-still-rather-solidified day is becoming of the not-so, far out horizon. But there’s still much to do. Continue reading “Countdown: T-Minus 3 Months(-ish)”
The other day in one of the classes I’m taking this quarter for my major, my professor came in, asking how we’re doing. Being sleepy and not fully awake as we were (including me), not a lot of us answered. So then one thing led to another, and then he was then asking us if we actually wanted to be here in college. I kid you not, there was one student who actually went on to say how she’d rather be working but that the only reason why she was enrolled in college was to get a degree and therefore enhance her career opportunities once she graduates. Needless to say, my professor wasn’t too thrilled to hear this, pointing out how a degree isn’t always necessary to have a successful career. Continue reading “Living the Hill-Hopper College Life”
A year has come and gone, as quickly as it may be, and now I am less than a day away from turning 22. My time as being the societal-hyped age of 21 is to end soon.
Whenever another birthday for me comes, I always imagine it as it is whenever the Doctor regenerates in Doctor Who; a new body, a new face, new fashion sense even… it’s as if you’re a completely different person. And yet it’s never that drastic, the change in age. It’s more of a gradual process that may not even last a full 365 days. Continue reading “Last Day of 21”
I was up at my university campus in the early hours of this Saturday morning to take a writing skills test. It’s a requirement at my school that all students need to take and pass it (or take two heavy duty English classes) in order to graduate with our respective degrees. Continue reading “Human Lights”