I'm Jessica. I'm 20, I blow out candles on Christmas in July. I love to read, and write, so I figured I should love blogging too. I have Twitter, Goodreads, Shelfari, Random Buzzers, Facebook, and LibraryThing accounts (and probably more that I'm forgetting would be relevant here), if you want to connect with me on any of these sites you can find links on the sidebar under the “Find Me On” section.
My blogging experience is fairly minimal, this blog is still only about a year old. I have no expectations of gaining a following (but I do love each and every one of the people who do follow this blog), after all there are tons of book blogs out there. I know that mine is just another one in the crowd. So anyway, I'm hoping people will enjoy reading my reviews of books and such, but this is essentially just so I can keep track of what books I have read, and what I thought of them. I use Shelfari and Goodreads to help with that too, but I don't tend to post reviews on those sites, so this is my way of putting my review online.
I am an only child, with no pets. I don’t like to think of myself as spoiled, but I know I am since I’m an only child. I never really grasped the concept of sharing, and I like to be the center of attention (even when I’m not trying to be, it’s really bad). I have pretty bad OCD most of the time, I get it from my mom, but it’s weird because only little stupid things bother me. Like, my room is a disaster all the time, but if my books get out of the order they’re in on my shelf it’s a big problem. My mom cleaned my room once and moved every book on the shelf into weird piles on the floor so she could dust; I freaked out a little and then spent the next hour re-alphabetizing them. I was a Girl Scout for 13 years, and I’m now a lifetime member.
I am going into my last semester of college, I hate the school I’m at (so my advice is to seriously research the school you’re going to, the town surrounding it, and make sure there’s something to do on the weekends)! I started as a web design major, but changed to banking and finance after one semester of programming classes that didn’t help with web designing. I now have a web design certificate and I think that’ll be enough for now. I will be graduating in December of 2012 (about a week before the world is supposed to end ironically… so if the world does end, at least I will have finished my education), with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, a minor in Mathematics, a minor in Financial Planning, and a certificate in Web Design.