Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Caught In The Time Warp Again

Totally lost track of time and now there's none left for anything beyond a short drive by blog posting today! I got caught up in revisions trying to get my chapters ready for my critique partners and the next thing I knew it was quarter after eight.

Just a couple of things - finished reading Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas. Awesome. I was worried about how she would redeem Sebastian after the way the last book ended, but she managed in fine style, as usual. Loved the book, definitely recommend it.

Also watched The Hours on DVD the other day. Great movie, very intelligent and I loved the way the threads tied each of the stories together. Makes me want to check out some of Virginia Woolf's writing after that. Which reminds me, the phrase "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?"...anyone know why they would have asked that question? What is it people were to be afraid of? It was something that popped into my head after watching it.

6 comments:

Rene said...

"The Hours" was a great movie. Okay, so it wasn't one of those upbeat, feel-good flicks but talk about awesome acting.

At least you are running late for something worthwhile. I've been late because I got caught up playing games online.

Melissa Marsh said...

Running late in the morning is practically normal for me anymore. *grin*

Michelle said...

Didn't you ever hear the Disney song, "Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf?" I'm pretty sure that's where the title came from. :)

Hope the revisions came out well for you!

Tess said...

Glad the revisions are going so well :-)

Stacy Dawn said...

It's good that the revisions are flowing nicely for you.

Julie S said...

I don't know why they asked "who's afraid," but The Hours was an excellent film.

WTG on the revisions! I can't imagine losing track of time. More like watching the clock while suffering through them!