Currently Reading: I'm up to Chapter 7 on Melissa Aires' Fallen to Earth. Which ones did I buy yesterday? Keep reading; it is posted farther down.
My flash drive has killed my master TBB list. I finally decide to save the rest of the changes from the past two weeks and I cannot access it. I hate technology and I think the feeling is mutual.
All is not totally lost; I do have the first 50 titles on the back-up file. And I vaguely remember some of the titles that did not make it onto the back-up file. So technology has either done me a favor by whittling my list down to a managable size, or I'm going to miss out on some terrific books.
God I miss my printer! I may make that another priority this month...see if the one my dad gave me last year is in working condition. Or put a new one on my list for Santa.
Word Count for yesterday: (Don't laugh; I swear I'm not making this up!) 1234. Still slightly short of my 1500 goal, but I went into panic mode when I couldn't access the file on my flash drive!
November Reading Schedule:
Yeah I know; I'm supposed to be working furiously on NaNo. But I
have to take a break, don't I? So here's a peek at what books I'll
be buying this month. Maybe some authors will sound familiar.
Nov 3: Erotikos-Shannon Leigh
The Spirit of Christmas-Cindy Green
Meeting Mr. Right Online-Cindy Green
The Violin-Sarah McNeal
Nov 10: Soldier-Phyllis Campbell
Blind Faith-Claire Thompson
Nov 17: Prime Time-Vicki Burkholder
Crazy for the Cowboy-Cindy Spencer Pape
Sacred Ground-Rita Karnopp
A Grand Seduction-Lisa Logan
Nov 24: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Your Wedding-Cindy
Her Knights of Seduction- Phyllis Campbell
Unbreakable- Amarinda Jones
Dec 1: Absolute Trust-Kaenar Langford
Greenwood Manor-Shannon Leigh
Tempting Tamara-Brynn Paulin
The Gallery-Dakota Rebel
Here's hoping I have a productive day; I don't have to watch the clock today, as the toddler's school is an election site. I voted absentee two weeks ago. Why? I'm holding onto my old driver's license until the last possible moment, as it expires next month.
I tried out a Banquet Crock-Pot Classics last night (K had seen it and asked if we could try it...'the Meatball Stroganoff looks good!') and while the kids raved about it, I believe I could recreate it from scratch. What's for dinner tonight? Not sure; I have my weekly writer's meeting and need something quick and simple.
Today's Stupid Saying: (Very appropriate for today!)
"If anybody shows up that's on the deceased list, we'll cross them off. If you're deceased, you're not supposed to be voting."
-Bettye Munroe, acting superintendent of elections in Mercer County, New Jersey.