Aniwriter Update #9: A Guest Post and Being Sick

Welcome, weebs and authors alike, to another update.

Well, with finals week coming up and generally just procrastinating and not doing my work, I’ve not actually gotten a whole lot accomplished in the last week. It still feels like I’ve been underworking, but I also think that’s a feeling that I am not really going to be able to get rid of.

Anyway, here’s whats been happening:

Guest Post on Arthifis


In case you guys didn’t see it, I was fortunate enough to get the chance to write a guest post on Arthifis’ blog. I decided to write about Isao Takahata and his impact on me as a person. You can read it here. Also, while your over on his blog reading that, be sure to check out some of his posts as well.

Feeling Sick

Another major reason I haven’t been as productive is that my body has been trying to make me feel as miserable as possible, and is succeeding. I finally went to the doctor the other day, and they prescribed me some antibiotics. I’ve only been taking them for a day or so now, and currently, I don’t feel any better. Hopefully, they actually work and I start feeling better, but more now I am incredibly miserable. Yay.

Posts from the Last Two Weeks

Here is what I have managed to write in the last weeks:

Tell Me What Death is Like

The Top Five Best Studio Ghibli Films

Friend Group

What Bunny Girl Senpai Gets Right About Being a Teenager

Sharing Some More of My Favorite Slam Poems

What have you guys been up to lately? Let me know in the comments below. Also, if you want to support the Aniwriter through donations or are just feeling generous, consider buying me a coffee on Ko-Fi. Otherwise, thanks for reading and bye for now, Friendos!


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