Most of the time, the decisions I make seem hasty. But they’re not. I marinate in my desires long before I decide to throw them on the grill.
I’ve wanted a free-form creative outlet for a long time. A place where I can riff and talk about whatever I want to. I decided to call this blog “The Voracious Bibliophile” because my life revolves around books.
I loved books as a child and I love them even more now. I worked for nearly four years in a public library as a circulation clerk (though that title doesn’t do justice to the full range of what I did there) and I’ve been the assistant manager at a chain bookstore for over three years now.
I’m also a writer. I’ve had a few pieces published in non-paying markets and that’s still something I’d like to do in the future, but right now I need something that belongs (nearly) exclusively to me. I’m sure you can relate.
So begins this blog. I’ll mainly be talking about books and topics relevant to the literary scene, but there also may be times I want to talk about something else and I am giving myself permission to do that.
I’m glad you’re on this journey with me and I hope you get something positive from reading my blog. Let’s do this.
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