Now that I have graduated from college I sort of have all this free time that I just don't know what to do with. I say sort of because I know that my time will eventually be filled up with a job (boo) but even then I'll probably still have a lot of time. I've been doing a lot of Googling for new things for me to try, places to go once I really start driving, DIY crafts that need to be made.
I'm looking forward to catching up on all the reading that I never got to do. I read everything I could get my hands on when I was younger but that stopped once I got to college. I mean, I was a literature major so yeah, I still read a lot but since it was for class it sort of tired me out. I started reading some John Green (eh, his works are alright), and I started the Maze Runner series (loved the first one). The Divergent series was weird, and I'm actually not a huge fan of The Hunger Games. The next books I read will probably be a little bit more "grown up" (actually, let's get real. They'll probably be Game of Thrones related). If I could spend the next 6 months reading everything I can get my hands on then that would be great, actually. Part of me wants to join the publishing world because how awesome would it be to find the next big series??? To find something that you know is going to truly reach out to someone, or that is different and adds more to our critical discussion and analysis of literature? Seriously, though. I love reading. I might as well make a job out of it, or something.
I hope I never stop reading and I hope I never run out of things to read.