A Quick Review

Dear friends, family, and anyone who may have stumbled upon this website, I want to thank you for reading. To begin, I want to apologize for the enormous gap between this and the last article. Last semester I found myself up to here (my ears) in homework, readings, projects, and papers. This is not an excuse but is rather a confession of unsorted priorities. However, I am working on them. In December I completed my busiest semester of college and took a break from anything requiring brain power for a little over a month. I filled Christmas break with relaxation, reading, wood work, and lots of food. Then I scheduled this semester—my last semester of college—with painstaking detail to maximize my productivity both in class and with regard to this personal project.

Every week I have three to six self-mandated hours of devotion to Anyone’s Adventure. Because of this, you can expect posts to go up on the site about once a week. If you love my writing, tell me. If you hate my writing, tell me. If you disagree with me, let’s have a discussion. If I straight up bore you to death, please spare my feelings and break the news in a subtle manner. Whatever the case may be, I implore you to stick around and help me improve this site.

Anyway, I am excited to once again share my summer adventure with you in hopes that you will be inspired to explore some of these places for yourself. I hope you will also enjoy some extra articles, essays, and fiction that I have planned for the site. Take care and get out there!

2 Replies to “A Quick Review”

  1. Chris Gonzales

    I LOVE your writing so hurry up and give me more to read. I’ve sent a few other CSers to your site so hopefully they’re checking for updates too.

    • Clint Shannon Post author

      Thanks Chris! You got it. I am posting an article about Santa Barbara next week, and after that it should be 1 to 2 posts a week. Thanks for reading and sharing my site!


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