What’s Up Wednesday, nearly at the Holidays

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WUWWinterWhat I’m reading:

Nearly finished “Discworld: Moving Pictures”  from the library, and I’ve put a hold on another Discworld library book. Finished “The Ringworld Engineers”, and listening to three other Audible books that I want to finish in 2013: the first Secret Circle book, Dragon Harper, and Magic Bites.

What I’m writing:

Well, I’ve finally started revisions to “Gotta Have that Look”, following a new editing plan to keep myself from getting intimidated by all the Odyssey feedback. Also been doing some world-building for ‘Alien Love on a Kitchen Scale’; that counts as writing, yeah?

What inspires me right now:

Great music (like the Good Lovelies), Futurama, and the hope that snow will melt. 😉

What else I’ve been up to:

Brushing my car off, Christmas shopping, going to buffet lunches. Had a great time at the Vinyl Cafe concert Monday night, even if Mom wasn’t feeling well so I had to go myself. I’ve also started my first critique for the Codex writers. Oh, and I did some drawing exercises over the weekend, trying to get myself ready for the portrait chapter in “Right Side of the Brain”

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6 Responses to What’s Up Wednesday, nearly at the Holidays

  1. Kate Scott says:

    It sounds like you’ve got a lot going on right now. Happy Holidays, Happy Reading, and Happy Writing!


  2. Miss Cole says:

    I’ll trade you high winds and loads of rain for some snow. Deal?



  3. Hello, Chris! Good luck with your revisions. And yes, world building definitely counts as writing! 🙂

    Happy reading and writing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines


  4. good music can make all the difference when writing, I can’t believe I didn’t start listening to it while writing until recently. Love Futurama, I’m so glad Comedy Central brought it back, it’s frickin hilarious! Good luck with revisions!


  5. Colin says:

    I read MOVING PICTURES a while ago. Good stuff. I can always count on Discworld novels for some great characters and laughs, with some poignant moments, though it’s been a while since the last one I read. In the new year, perhaps.

    Have a great Christmas, Chris! 🙂


  6. lauraclipson says:

    Good luck with your revisions! World building totally counts as writing, it’s certainly more than I’ve done lately!


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