Met the writing goal again last week – woo hoo! Things are really coming together with this sequel to Subject A36. While brushing my teeth (I swear I have the best ideas when I’m doing totally mundane things), a few different pieces just fell into place in the span of a couple seconds. Don’t you love it when that happens? Kind of makes the job a little easier. I’m hoping to continue with the streak this week.
With so many author events cancelled this year, does anyone have brilliant ideas on how to sell more books? If so, please share them. I’ve been reading articles I’d hoped would miraculously introduce some new technique I haven’t tried, but they all seem to say the same things, just packaged differently. I miss those in person events where I could talk to readers.
Last week hubby and I watched one movie that wasn’t so great and one that was okay. The not so great was Eurovision. I’m usually a Will Ferrell fan (except for Anchorman – by every mathematical concept, I should love that movie), but this one didn’t work for either of us. I will say Dan Stevens seems to have a knack for comedy and gave me a few laughs.
We also watched Greyhound with Tom Hanks on Apple+. Tom Hanks in anything immediately elevates a project in my opinion. If you enjoy historical movies with a lot of action, I’d recommend it. Not a bad way to spend ninety minutes.
Have a safe and healthy week!