December 30th, 2020

gracerene

Wednesday Words

Didn't get much writing done, and all of it was of the outline variety as opposed to ~proper~ words. But given the holiday happened this past week, I wasn't expecting a ton of words. I know that January isn't exactly going to have life going back to ~normal~ given we're still in a pandemic, but I am looking forward to the post-holidays ability to have a more consistent schedule again.

Weekly Word Count (12/23 - 12/29) = 1,136

What I Worked On:
  • Possible [tumblr.com profile] harrydracobang: continued prodding at this outline. Very much feeling this idea, but I'm at a point where I have no idea what happens next...

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HP: Ravenclaw/Books

What I'm Reading

What did you recently finish reading?

Mediocre: The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America by Ijeoma Oluo
As expected, this was brilliant!

Ranger by K.M Neuhold & Nora Phoenix
Meg. This was underwhelming.

Notable Fanfic Reads:
-You Are Safe (I Know) by ??? (Harry Potter, Drarry)
-A Little Perseveranceby ??? (Harry Potter, Drarry)
-Illuminateby ??? (Harry Potter, Drarry)

What are you currently reading?

Instant Karma by Melissa Meyer
Current audiobook listen! Love this author and this narrator and enjoying so far! Not having a lot of time to listen, though, so I might need to switch to the ebook version...

How to Argue with  a Racist by Adam Rutherford
Current non-fiction read!

A Bell for Adano by John Hersey
Current Pulitzer Prize winner read!

What do you think you’ll read next?

Fearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia by Sabrina Strings
Next non-fiction read!

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins
This is the new Hunger Games prequel which I'm curious about, but have been dragging my feet because do I really care how President Snow came to be horrible? I guess we'll find out! Meant to start this past week but ended up not reading much, so should actually be reading this in the next week!

Finding Joy by Adriana Herrera
I've really enjoyed this author's works so far and a friend just gifted me this one so I'm looking forward to reading! This entry was originally posted here on Dreamwidth. Please comment there using OpenID