I hate you almost as much as I hate cats. And I love you. I really do.
[but I hate you so much]
Today was supposed to be the first day of the so-called "spring" semester here at University of Cincinnati, but it rained and then snowed and then froze, and the school closed.
Fortunately, a couple professors gave us some homework to do. Yay.
I read the first eleven chapters of White Noise (Don DeLillo) for a lit class. Seems interesting and I look forward to reading the rest and discussing it in class. I have a bit of Spanish homework to do, but I'm also trying to finish revising the rough draft of a story I wrote a while back called "Sleep, Sleep, Restless Child." It's one of the longer and deeper stories I've done recently, and Heather really liked it. I do too--hopefully I can do it justice.
That means blog posts will be a little more sparse--but I intend to keep them regularly coming! The BPPP will still be daily until I'm caught up, and then it will go weekly. In the meantime, the Electric Didact will probably also assume a weekly schedule.
We'll see. Stay tuned!
A future blog will no doubt explain my hatred of cats. It is not without reason.
Jedd Cole is a professional writer and author of short speculative fiction. He resides in Ohio where he is completing a degree in Rhetoric & Professional Writing, crafting short stories in every time-nook he can find, all while frequenting the pages of imaginary worlds with his wonderful wife, Heather, and no pets. None.