Who runs this blog/who are you?

I graduated from UNCG in Spring 2014 with a major in Classical Studies (Language and Literature concentration) and one course shy of an English major.  I graduated from UNC Chapel in Fall 2019 with a  Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) with a primary focus in storytelling and digital libraries.

In 2020 I became disabled due to a laundry list of chronic complaints that reduced and ultimately removed my ability to work, let alone maintain this blog to the standards I once held for it. That said, it is something I am immensely proud of, and continue to add to it as much as I am able.

What’s this blog about?

Short and Sweet originally began as a place for me to blog about noteworthy (for one reason or another) books I came across while volunteering at the UNC Health hospital library. From there it evolved from a book review blog to a multimedia review blog spanning books, movies, TV shows, and video games.

Now, the emphasis of the blog is short posts expressing nothing more than what I’m reading at the time, occasionally with some thoughts on it. For my fixed schedule of content (see next section), I favor topics relating to astrology and DIY crafts.

When/how often does the blog update?

Due to disability, the blog updates infrequently, following no set schedule. The exceptions are my blogiversary (July 4) and Halloween, aka the anniversary of launching my Database of Demons and Death Gods.

Page last updated 10/02/22