I didn’t do a ton of reading this last week, due to prepping for my out-of-state interview. The good news is that I think the interview and my 30 minute interview presentation went well. I sure hope I get this job, because I don’t want to have to do more interview presentations At least now I know I’m capable of doing something like that.
I doubt I’ll get too much reading done this coming week, except maybe on the airplane. I fly to San Diego tomorrow for the Rare Book and Manuscript Section Pre-Conference, then go up to Anaheim on Thursday night for ALA Annual. We have our Emerging Leaders poster presentation on Friday, and I’ll be spending the rest of the conference either doing conference stuff or hanging out with my family. I’m sure I’ll get some Disneyland time in there.
The good news is that I’m going to probably get more books at ALA! That, and according to Goodreads I’m still on track for reading 150 books this year.
Continuing to read:
11/22/63 by Stephen King (audiobook)
How Can I Be Your Lover When I’m Too Busy Being Your Mother by Sara Dimerman and J.M. Kearns
What are you reading this week? Is anyone else going to be at ALA? Let me know! I’ll most likely be at the ALA Dance Party, so tell me if you’re going to that too.