Monday, March 6, 2017

Sunday Post 004 | IMWAYR

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 Last Week on the Blog 

 This Week on the Blog 

Sunday Post 003 Meme
84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff Review
Writing in Books -Yea or Nay? Discussion

 It's Monday, What Are You Reading?

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and
share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. 
I'm in the midst of the 'Take Control of Your TBR!' challenge, but I haven't finished any of the books yet. I'm making dents in a lot of them, though.

My current reads are:

Airman by Eoin Colfer
Book club, reread (p 170/412)
Fablehaven by Branon Mull
Reread for Dragonwatch release (p 182/351)
Beauty by Robin McKinley
Recommended read(p 59/247)

My next reads:

The Horizontal Man by Michael Dahl
PWNED by Shannen Crane Camp
(and also Bad Luck and Trouble by Lee Child, because I wanted something violent to read after watching Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. But this is an impulse read.)

 Internet Shenanigans 

Three words for you:

You're welcome.

Among the most amazing discoveries of the year, this tops the list right now. I've picked out some of my favorite songs so far, so enjoy!

 In Real Life is offering a free script-writing software called Amazon Storywriter. It auto-formats your work into script style so you don't have to keep hitting that 'tab' button. More writing, less work.

Then there's that handy feature where you can submit your finished script directly to Amazon Studios for consideration on their development slate.

I'm in the middle of a major project and even I'm trying to figure out how to work 'write a TV show' into my schedule.

Any of you ever wanted a story on the small screen? Now might be your chance.

 New Additions 

Thanks to my local thrift store:

  • World Mythology -a desk reference on one of my favorite topics. Hello, book research!

 Random Stuff 

  What's new with you? 


  1. That's really interesting about the Amazon Studios thing! Good luck with the writing and with your TBR challenge also. I've never read Fablehaven but it's one of those books I've always kinda been curious about.

    I'm not familiar with Boston Typewriter Orch, I'll have to check 'em out.

    1. Thanks, Greg! The Fablehaven series are a fun one and make a great binge read. ^_^

  2. The World Mythology book looks like a good find. Enjoy!

    1. I can't wait to crack it open! Thanks for stopping by. ^_^

  3. oh my I wish I was so advance with my WIP to try something like Amazon Storywriter. Glad you found a way to get more writing done :) I can't wait to get there :)

    1. Oh, what I wouldn't give to have a finished series I could try adapting to a show! As is, I'm just poking through old ideas to see what might be ready to come off the percolator. We'll see.
      Keep writing! You'll get there!