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Familiar Diversions

I'm a librarian who loves anime, manga, and reading a wide variety of genres.

Currently reading

How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom, Vol. 1
Dojyomaru, Fuyuyuki, Sean McCann
Progress: 103/374 pages
Darkly Dreaming Dexter
Jeff Lindsay
Progress: 424/470 minutes
Wait Till Helen Comes: A Ghost Story
Mary Downing Hahn
Progress: 184/184 pages
Parental Guidance
Avery Flynn
Progress: 40 %
An Offer From a Gentleman
Julia Quinn
Progress: 102/358 pages
The Twisted Ones
T. Kingfisher
Progress: 385/385 pages
Tara Westover
Progress: 315/730 minutes
My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!, Vol. 2
Satoru Yamaguchi, Nami Hidaka
Progress: 24/171 pages
Graphic Medicine Manifesto
MK Czerwiec, Kimberly R. Myers, Scott T. Smith, Michael J. Green, Susan Merrill Squier, Ian Williams
Progress: 26/172 pages
Ao Oni: Mutation
Kenji Kuroda, Karin Suzuragi, Alexander Keller-Nelson
Progress: 30/152 pages

Pandemic post: Oh boy

In preparation for the next day I'm expected to be at the library (Wednesday), I got a little bolder about saying that I'm not comfortable doing 2-hour record editing sessions while sitting right next to my boss, especially while she opts not to wear a mask. Last I heard from her, she was very upset (angry? annoyed? not sure) but said she'd wear a mask next time. She'll have Monday and Tuesday to cool off, and then I see how things go on Wednesday. I predict she either won't speak to me at all (cold shoulder treatment is her thing) or she'll be extra vocal about how annoying the mask is but how she'll wear it because I'm so insistent. I hate feeling like the workplace nuisance, but if she actually does wear a mask it'll be worth it.


Edit: Aaand it looks like she opted for the cold shoulder response. Which is okay as long as it doesn't go longer than a couple days, because we do have a time sensitive issue I emailed her about on Friday that needs to be taken care of. ::sigh::