You are ridiculous. I love you.
You're straightening your hair while filming this. This is awesome.
Meg, I love you too <3Steph, I was trying to be productive, haha. I think it worked?
This is pretty fun, it definitely proves your awesomeness. Now I need to find that Swiss Miss cookie recipe...
Haha, awesomeness proven. If you're feeling like you need to be informative, I do have a question! I'm interviewing for a lit agency position tomorrow (yay!) and I was wondering if you have any advice/questions I should ask/etc. Thanks so much :)
Lalaith7, if you click on my tumbler link, it's somewhere on page two or three. And for the record, you can substitute cappuccino for cocoa and they're equally delicious!Hope, good luck! Where at, might I ask? As for advice:- Make sure you know some of their recent sales. It never hurts to drop a title and say how much you either a)enjoyed it or b)look forward to reading it- Ask what kinds of things you'll get to do. I read mostly submissions, but others do strictly queries. Find out what you're getting yourself into.- Ask if it's easily accessible by metro if you won't be driving.- You probably already know if it's paid or unpaid, but some still offer compensation via metro cards or whatever. It never hurts to ask.Hope that helped!