About the Blog

This blog started off as a university capstone website complete with a work showcase and resume. I graduated in 2014, but I have decided to maintain the blog as a platform to discuss all kinds of (hopefully) interesting topics.

Those topics include:Past & Present (5)

About the Author: Stefany Boleyn

I am a graduate student with a degree in English: Writing and Literacy and am working towards a Master’s in Library and Information Science (I’m almost done).

As it may be expected, I love books (mainly young adult fantasy [Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Lord of the Rings, etc] and some science fiction, though I am getting into cozy mysteries). Mostly, I read nonfiction.

Books aren’t the reason I wanted to become a librarian, though. After two years of working at a library through a scholarship program, I realized the impact libraries have on their communities, and I decided that there was no better place I could put my time and energy.

Along with supporting libraries, I really believe in breaking the stigma surrounding mental illnesses of all sorts.

Lastly, I’m a birder. So, expect random nature/bird posts.

I do have a lot of opinions (which I will gladly share on here), and those opinions can change over time after careful thought.

Most of all, I’m happy to share my thoughts with you, but I would much rather read your thoughts, as I consider myself to be a lifelong learner. 😉



One thought on “About

  1. I found your blog on the BUGs list. I like the “lifelong learner” tagline. Whether we state it or not we all are learning something throughout our life, so it is great to embrace it. We will learn more if we are on the lookout for that learning.


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