Thursday, 15 May 2014

A Few Words on My Writing and Reading Schedule


I've been making an effort to write more blog articles recently, hoping to publish a new piece every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. This is providing my daily routine with a bit of structure; I enjoy having topics to research, write about, and mull over for a day or two.

This summer seems to be the perfect opportunity to work on my blog's content, learn new things, and develop my writing skills. After all, from September I'll be thrown back into university life with all the essays and research tasks that come with it... it seems right to be prepared!

So, do expect quite a lot of articles from me over the next few months, most of which will be varied and creative angles (verging on unusual) on topics and books that interest me.

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I'm focusing more on topics than book reviews, but you can always keep an eye on my Goodreads page for ratings of what I've been enjoying.

Just quickly:


  • Sharing and recommending my writing to others - whether on social media, through email, or even offline - can mean as much as a comment (especially if you enjoyed an article but are running low on time).
  • Because I'm prioritising reading and writing, I'm spending less time on social media. I see tweets and mentions on my phone, but sometimes messages sneak past without me replying to them. If you'd like to get in touch with me...
  • I do always reply to emails (even if sometimes I get a bit behind). Contact lucy[at]tolstoytherapy.com or use my comment form.

Once again, thank you to everyone who reads Tolstoy Therapy!

My to-read pile, featuring The Secret History and A Feast for Crows
The to-be-read pile (well, one of them).

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