I'm such a bad person. This weekend proved to be extremely unproductive in the writing world. I have this issue where I write down a lot of things, and then I get to my laptop and just do not want to type. Then I go through this wonderful thing where a chapter kind of surfaces without me thinking that it was supposed to be there. Chapter two of this story did not exist until my fingers started going at it on the keyboard. Same thing is happening with Chapter four. So, yeah, it's not turning out to be what I thought it was going to be, which isn't that horrible.
I love writing relationships between people. Not necessarily romantic or anything like that, but I just love writing dialogue. Anyway, as of now I'm still working on Chapter four. I have a scene for a later chapter written. It's a long one, but I got inspired and had to write it before it went away from me. I should definitely have chapter four up by the end of Thanksgiving break.
So, on a different note, I blame my not writing on this wonderful show I discovered, "Kings". It was on NBC this past year, and I definitely did not care for it because 1) when the show started, I was going through my Korean phase. 2) I do not have cable (although that's not an excuse as the show was canceled before I came back to Chicago. 3) I just couldn't be bothered by new shows. But anyway, the reason I started watching it was because I went to see New Moon (uuugggggghhhhhhhhh. I hate fangirls) and there was a trailer for the movie "Letters to Juliet" which I thought was super cute. And the male lead was very cute. He had an accent, and I could never deny a man with a wonderful accent. So I came home, googled/wiki-ed/imdb-ed him and found some info about him. His name is Christopher/Chris Egan from Australia. Bares a scary resemblance to the late Heath Ledger. Then I talked to my older sister who told me he was on the show "Kings". It's based loosely off the story of "David and Goliath" and the story of King David. It's an interesting depiction of the story. It got me excited about the Bible.
So, I went and Hulu-ed that shit and watched it for three days straight. It's addicting: the acting was phenomenal and cinematography was great. And there was a good chunk of romance, which for a sap like myself, I couldn't say no to. So, that's why I didn't write. But I did get inspired for another story, possibly? Anyway, I highly recommend it. It's a good show. Which is sad that they, NBC, canceled it. It's a shame with networks cancel good shows because of their ratings. I know that's how they make money and retain viewers. But seriously? The trash that people watch is just stupid. Good to know people prefer brainless shows to enriching ones. So, Hulu it, Netflix it, watch it somewhere online. It's good.
Last thing: found Reagan, Sophia, and Madelyn. So I'm excited about that. But I'm going to keep them under wraps for a bit to make sure before I end up changing my mind. Again.