Writing Can Be Murder

January 27, 2010

Reading and Watching Wednesday 1/27/10

Filed under: Uncategorized — love2wryte @ 7:06 pm

This week I didn’t read or watch anything of note.

I tried reading John Updike’s THE WIDOWS OF EASTWICK, but couldn’t get into it.

Viewing wasn’t much better. Most nights I watch a 10pm show to unwind (I crochet at the same time so it’s not as though I’m riveted by any of the programming) Monday: Castle, Tuesday: White Collar, Wednesday: Leverage…wow, typing up that list I realized that there’s nothing to tune into on Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday. No wonder Dexter on dvd has been the choice for the past few weekends.

Oh and on Tuesdays I like to have NCIS: Los Angeles on in the background as I type up the days changes. I’m holding out hope that this show is going to improve with age. If nothing else, the end of last night’s episode surprised me, which is a rare occurrence.

Did you read or watch anything interesting? Anything? Anything?



  1. I love Leverage! We got into it after finding it on Netflix. It’s surprisingly funny. I’ve also been devouring Chuck – also a surprise. I’m not usually a fan of anything that stars a skinny blonde, but this is a bit like the 1-hour version of Big Bang Theory. Geeks as heroes – you can’t go wrong.

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — January 28, 2010 @ 12:18 am | Reply

  2. I think Leverage would be a lot better if they ditched Timothy Hutton (I usually adore him, but this role is not a good fit) but I’m sure that won’t happen. I do however think Jerri Ryan is a great addition.

    I’ve only seen season one of Chuck but I loved it. Then again I love Adam Baldwin and his reaction shots, so it’s easy to like.

    Comment by love2wryte — January 28, 2010 @ 7:06 pm | Reply

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