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Hey guys!

I know I didn’t post anything last week. I had meant to warn you guys, but time got the better of me. I went home for the holidays, and since I hadn’t seen my family since classes began in August, we had a lot of catching up to do and were always on our toes.

And now Thanksgiving break has all too quickly come to a close, which only means one thing…


My finals are both this week and next, so needless to say, I have a lot of studying to do. Unfortunately, this mean I won’t be able to post anything until after the 13th. Sorry.

But on a happy note, winter break is almost here, and I have a ton of reviews and other miscellaneous posts to publish that it’s not even funny. But hopefully it will all be worth the wait. 🙂

I hope to hear from you guys soon, and God Bless!

-Casey Baumgartner

penguin kisses

Important Update!

I’m just typing up a quick update to let you know that I will be unable to post on this blog for the next week or so. I’m currently in the process of packing for the big move on Friday and will then be busy setting up my new apartment, looking for another job, and preparing for my junior year of classes to start. I know Writing My Legacy is still pretty small compared to most book and writing blogs, but I really do appreciate all of my loyal and dedicated readers and sincerely hope that you bare with me during this substantial milestone in my life. Though my blog will remain stagnant, my reading and writing will not so be prepared for one or two exciting new book reviews upon my return. I also promise to come back with a couple more worthwhile surprises I’m sure you will all enjoy, so be on the look out.

I hope to hear from you guys soon, and God Bless!

-Casey Baumgartner

I Don't Want To Go

Until next time…

Booking Through Thursday (#6): Summertime


Booking Through Thursday is a weekly meme about (mostly) books and reading hosted by Booking Through Thursday where I’ll answer whatever question is thrown at me. If you would also like to participate, find out the rules by clicking the link to the host’s blog page.


This Week’s Question:

Do your reading habits change in the summer?


My Answer:

As I grow older, I seem to have less and less time for pleasures such as reading – each day’s end becoming increasingly abrupt. Because of this inevitability, summer is the time of year I look forward to the most. I’m still kept busy working part time, but I’m on break for college and can spend that additional time with my face shoved in the pages of a book.


What books excite you the most? How would you rate this enthusiasm? Leave a comment below.
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