Reading, Watching, Listening, Writing 10-6-10

Reading – Deadly Promises an anthology featuring three novellas by Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love, Cindy Gerard, and Laura Griffin.

Watching – Nothing of value

Listening – Just the Way You Are  (don’t judge, it’s catchy!) by Bruno Mars

Writing – Pushing my WIP up the world’s steepest hill.

What’s keeping YOU entertained this week?

Don’t forget to check out Jennifer Hillier’s new post up on Killer Chicks

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7 thoughts on “Reading, Watching, Listening, Writing 10-6-10

  1. Jenny says:

    Reading: Needful Things by Stephen King (oldie but goodie — I feel like I can’t concentrate on anything “new” this week)

    Watching: Just saw The Social Network last night (the story of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook). It was intense. Loved it. Also saw Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps a few days before that. Enjoyed it too (I love Michael Douglas).

    Listening: Jack Johnson

    Writing: Same f&*%ing WIP. I hate it this week. And it hates me right back.

  2. Joann says:

    Reading: just finished ROOM (WOW!!), now reading The Forest For The Trees (book on writing that is fabulous) and Wintergirls.

    Watching: have I mentioned how much I hate Glee this season? Again, last night, terrible. Fast-forwarded through a good portion.

    Listening: mostly classical as I work on the second draft of WAM. I can write first drafts to songs with words, but I cannot rewrite or edit to anything but classical.

    Writing: LOTS!

  3. Cyndi says:

    Nothing. My normally sleeps like an angel baby has rebelled for the past week.

  4. Cyndi says:

    Oooh, Joann, I read Forest for the Trees too. I remember liking it.

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