Week In Review 6.4.17-6.10.17
Oh, it’s been a while since I’ve written one of these. My weekends have just been filled to the brim the past few weeks and I haven’t been getting the chance to write. Along with work being busy, I’ve been busy with making a few changes around the site.
I wrote last week about bringing my content on DNA over here to Sibille Rose. I haven’t gotten as far on that as I would like to be, but I have started writing my theatre and daily living posts for this blog instead of DNA. Moving previous posts is on my to-do list for Monday while the boyfriend is at work.
This past week’s quote centered around beginning writing with action–either internal or external action. I really love this quote and can whole-heartedly agree with it–but this is how I like to write so I may be a tad biased.
Yesterday, I finally got around to writing the ordeal that was tech week for the Scottish play. I’m having fun working on this production, the director had some really interesting ideas that include Hecate into the story a lot more than the text suggests which really helps push the idea of the witches driving Macbeth’s fate.
My final post this week was a book review of Phantom by Terry Goodkind. I had been beating around the bush with writing this, but it’s done now and I can get working on my next two reviews: Confessor (Terry Goodkind) and Dark Matter (Blake Crouch). I just finished reading Dark Matter earlier this week and I’m excited to write that review.
Also this week, I’ve gotten back to writing A Crack in the Mirror. I added a little over 800 words to my draft this week which I’m happy about. I hit a sticking point at the moment, but I’m going to let some thoughts stew for a few days and then get back to working on that this coming week.
How was your week? Finish a good book? Write your next chapter? See any good shows? Leave a comment below to share!