So I barely survived last semester with my sanity intact. Yeah, 12 hours or more at college a day kinda killed my brain. But my grades were okay. Not sure it makes up for the mental state it put me in, though, lol. Next semester should be much easier (I hope). God, the last four months were crazy. I barely had time to even get a grip on the passage of time and changing seasons. I had to have class on Samhain/Halloween night, which was indescribably horrible. Never even really got to properly celebrate any holidays since September and anything I did manage to do was at the very last minute.
Anyway, hopefully things will get back on track soon. I've been trying to write, but it's like I'm excited about the scene until I sit down to write it and then I just end up staring at the blank document like "wow I really don't feel like writing this right now". For awhile now it seems like I can't get into the proper mood/focus to do anything. Like, those last four months had so many crazy deadlines to meet for things that I just started to have full on anxiety attacks, and ever since it's like my brain just doesn't produce the amount of endorphins and what not for things that should make me happy (like holidays and writing my books).
Obviously as I was really busy with college and I'm a Graphic Design student I have a bunch of work I got done (which I meant on uploading, but didn't get around to before I went on vacation to visit my parents). So there should be a huge influx of uploads from me one of these days.
God, my writing developed so many plotbunnies. So many. Not just plotbunnies, but full on side stories that are pretty much standalone novels set in the same universe. The characters in that universe occasionally make appearances in each other's stories, like a books series focused on intertwining or vaguely overlapping vignettes. Fun times. At the moment I feel like giving ino the plotbunnies/side stories because they give me a break from the monotony of the same trilogy. So at least I'm still writing when I have writer's block.
Oh hey so Sherlock is back on TV and omfg yes. I also have like 5 other shows I should be catching up on and stuff.
Dude, I went to Barnes and Noble tonight and left empty-handed (*gasp*) because everytime I picked up a book and read the description all I could see was cliche, cliche, cliche... I mean, I can't tell if I've gotten too picky or if the current market is just getting dumbed down until everything vaguely resembles everything else.
Hey did I ever tell you guys about the time the semester before last when I had five different pieces of art up in the art building at Buff State at the same time (none of which my professors consulted me on, so seeing them up was a surprise)?--because somehow that actually happened, and it was really funny.