Wednesday, September 4, 2013

What's Up Right Now

Hello, everyone! We Live and Breathe Books has never had a post dedicated to what's going on with us, and I thought that with our increase in followers, this might be a good opportunity to try it out.

I'd first like to thank all of our followers for following our blog. It really means a lot to us. We put a lot of time and effort into putting this together and seeing that people are reading our blog is the most amazing feeling.

I'd also like to give a bit of information about all the bloggers and what's going on in their lives right now.

Kiersten (that's me!)
I've recently started college at Syracuse University as a theater design major. I'm really enjoying my time here and all the great people, but I'm still working out how class, homework, socializing, and blogging all fit together. I will need to make a friend of time management!

Noor has recently started school at The College of New Jersey as a journalism and professional writing major. Like me, she's getting used to college life and all the new people.

Marlon (aka Swordfish Horski)
Marlon has recently flown off to London for a year of study abroad as part of New York University's global liberal studies program. A whole year! With the time difference, he can be a bit difficult to reach (although, I must admit, he's always been somewhat unreachable...), but we're learning how to adjust.

Amrutha is starting her senior year in high school today! Exciting, right? She's in a bunch of AP classes, and basically she's just going to have a lot of work all year. Luckily, she's a fast reader and can get through books quickly for reviews (unlike me).

If you'd like to read more about each of us, check out the "About Us" tab for our bios!

On another note, as We Live and Breathe Books is a new blog, we want to hear from you! We want to know what works and what doesn't; what you like and what you don't. We'd love to hear from you so we can make our blog more interesting for you. Feel free to comment on any posts or tweet us with any questions or suggestions.

Thank you once again for being our readers. Without you, I'm not sure we're even a blog.

- Kiersten

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