Weekly Progress Update!
Happy Sunday Funday Everyone!
How was your week and weekend? Good I hope!
This week has been another mixed bag for me personally. Work is still quite a bit dissatisfying, but there have been some developments that I’m excited to talk about once I hear back and can officially say something.
Other than that, I’m surviving, so I guess I can’t really complain haha!
On the bookish side of things this week, I FINALLY finished reading Dark Places by Gillian Flynn.
Unfortunately, I didn’t end up liking it as much as I hoped. I just finished reading this last night, so if you’d like to see my review, you can check it out here.
I’ve already started to read Sarah by Teri Polen this morning, so that’ll be my next book review, hopefully in a few days since it’s nice and short.
On the watching side of things, this week I enjoyed Halloween I & II, as well as AHS: Apocalypse.
All of these were great experiences, and I’m really getting into the spirit of Halloween.
If you’d like to check out my review of Halloween I & II, click here.
For American Horror story season 8, click here.
On the writing side of things, things have been progressing. Last week I said I wanted to complete 2,000 words, but I actually fell a little short on that this week at 1,600 words.
I’m allowing myself forgiveness due to the work-related developments this week that took away from my writing time.
I’m going to continue to push forward, and I think for my typical weeks I will try to write 2,000 words. I think it’s a healthy expectation to have, and its an attainable goal.
Speaking of which, fellow writers, how much do you write in a typical week?
This is by no means an attempt to shame anyone who writes less than I do (I know how hard it can be with writer’s block) on a constant basis, but I’m curious.
Feel free to comment!
That’s a Wrap!
All right, so that was it for my week, and I hope yours went well too. Did you do well on your writing and reading projects? Anything interesting you’d like to share?
Do you have any great recommendations in TV, movies, or books? Feel free to share in the comments!
Thanks for stopping by everyone, and Happy Sunday!
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