My Weekend in Ten

It’s a calm Saturday for me and this weather calls for staying indoors and reading a book or two as I drink from a bottomless coffee mug. So, what have I been up to? A little bit of this and that is what I’d say, so here’s a summary of my weekend in ten points.

One: I have written 10,000 words for NanoWrimo. This is my fourth year as a participant and somehow I find myself relaxed and unmoved by the desire to meet the target. We’ll see how it goes.

Two: I just checked my Netgalley dashboard and I’ve got 22 books to read. So, I hope I can finish them by 14th December, then take a break from reviewing books.

Three: I am looking forward to reading 4 titles by Wednesday.

Four: I can’t stop listening to:

  • Valentine by Hillsong Worship
  • So Will I (100 Billion X) by Hillsong Worship

Five: I’ve been dancing to this song this week every time I pass by the mirror, it’s so weird, but I guess by now I am officially weird.

 

Six: I received some insightful feedback on my book Fire, this week and I was too excited I bumped my knee on the table.

Seven: I’ve been off dairy products for thirteen days now and my Mom’s worried that my caffeine intake would probably be detrimental to my health because (a) she does not understand why I drink coffee before I go to bed and can sleep peacefully and (b) she does not get why I wake up at 4am to write. However she is glad that I do not wake up at 2am anymore.

Eight: I am loving these blogs:

Nine: I’ve been reading The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell and is it just me but once you read one of his books you want to read all of his works? I only felt that with Chinua Achebe and Khaled Hosseini.

Ten: I’m dreading doing laundry. So, I end this post right here and go and make another pot of coffee.

Have a lovely weekend.

 

 


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