Finally got around to finishing this after quite a few months. This book in particular was one I wanted to get at MFF 2016 for sure after hearing about it off/on; I even got this copy signed by Kyell Gold, so that’s pretty cool!
Anyway, onto the review! Continue reading
Categories: Book Reviews (via Goodreads)
Tags: anthro, anthropomorphic, book review, cheetahs, fiction, furry, Islam, Kyell Gold, LGBTQ, marriage, Muslim, novella, The Time He Desires
Well, finished up yet another semester at Platteville, but still not a graduate quite yet; only a couple more classes to go before that can be a reality. This past semester was another rough one though, for a few reasons:
- I missed out on the Fall semester prior, so it took me some time to get back into the school mindset again.
- I ended up switching out one class with one called “Personalized Learning Experience,” which I’ll go more into detail later.
- Between this new course and my other courses, I ended up getting piled on with projects, along with preparing for any exams or quizzes.
- There were also some life issues that occurred throughout the semester; so those didn’t help any.
However, I am glad that I did pass most of my classes and my GPA hardly changed. I am also happy at the response I got from my advisor about the paper I wrote for my Personalized Learning Experience (PLE) course. All I did for this course was picked a topic, researched it, and wrote a paper on it. If I did it and did it well, I passed; if I didn’t do it well, or not at all, I failed. What I ended up getting was more than a passing grade; I got an opportunity. Continue reading
Categories: Life Events, Thoughts
Tags: academic journal, advisor, animal behavior, biology, college, heterosexual, homosexual, independent study, journal, LGBTQ, May, nature, publishing, scientific journal, sex, spring, writing
Like I stated in my last post, here’s a large update on what’s been going on with me lately. Continue reading
Categories: Life Events
Tags: bisexual, Christianity, driver's license, first car, furry, July, LGBTQ, propane, questioning, reading, summer, summer job, writing
Luckily I was pretty productive today considering the funk I’ve been in lately; at least it helped stave off my anxiety for a while. With it being the last couple weeks of the semester, and that I’m in classes for an English major, I have a couple projects that I managed to make some progress on. Continue reading
As I’ve mentioned near the end of this post, I’m now reading the second book Love is an Orientation by Andrew Marin. Continue reading
So…I have been debating for a while whether or not I should talk about what’s been stirring inside my head for the past five months here. I know I’ve said in my first post and on the “About” page that I want to post whatever I want on this blog because I want to, and it would be for, primarily, me only. However, I’m also aware that anyone can read my blog since I both made it public and have allowed search engines to index it. Still, I want this to be another place for me to be open about whatever.
There’s only one other place where I’ve talked about this online, and that’s on my Tumblr (which I won’t link to). On there, I have about five people I know IRL who follow me, two of which I’ve discussed this with IRL; the other three more than likely found out by just following me.
You may have an idea of what I’m about to talk about, you may not have a clue and are thoroughly confused. Either way, if you’re curious, read on. Continue reading