I ask you: is there anything better than sitting inside on a rainy day, listening to the rain fall as you read and sip a hot beverage of your choice? Especially if it also happens to be fall, and even better, October? I live in New England, and our falls are just perfect. My favorite season.
I haven’t written a Sunday Post in a really long time. I’m making good progress with the R. I. P. Challenge. I read the second two Miss Peregrine books, Hollow City and Library of Souls. I have two other contenders currently on the nightstand: The Club Dumas by Arturo Pérez-Reverte and The House Between Tides by Sarah Maine. Progress on my other challenges is mixed.
I don’t know that I’ll be able to do 50,000 words this November, but I’ve signed up again for NaNoWriMo. I have an idea that I’m very excited about, but it will involve some research, and I don’t have a ton of time to do it. Still, I do have some, and if I can prioritize some things a bit this month, perhaps I can be ready to go on November 1. I’m returning to my favorite: historical fiction. At any rate, I have a Scrivener file ready to rock and roll with some notes and preliminary sketches. I am thinking about whether or not to get involved with some local events. My experience with writing groups has been decidedly negative up until this point. Not in terms of discouraging feedback or anything, but more in terms of finding a group who takes writing seriously and isn’t, you know, weird.
It’s a nice long weekend. I have Monday off. We are still talking about what we might want to do since it’s rare these days that my husband, my kids, and me all have the same day off. If it’s raining still, I’m not sure we’ll go out, but I was hoping we could go into Boston and look around, but if we’re going to do that, we need to make some plans.
Well, I’m going to curl up with the coffee and book again. I have some reading to do. Enjoy what’s left of your weekend!
5 thoughts on “Sunday Post #45: Rainy Day Reading”
I’ve never tried NaNoWriMo. I don’t see myself doing it any time soon, though I’ve always wanted to try it out. I guess I just keep myself busy with my reading and blogging. Good luck!
I like starting a writing project during NaNoWriMo because I feel like I’m being cheered on a bit.
I love rainy day reading! There’s not much better.
I do not see compelling evidence that there’s anything better than the experience you have just described. We have had a very rainy summer and are having, so far, quite a sunny fall — which is nice, don’t get me wrong, but I also wouldn’t be averse to having one evening this week where it pours down rain and I curl up in my comfy bed and read for hours.
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