Writing Can Be Murder

March 31, 2010

Reading and watchin’ Wednesday — 3-31-10

Filed under: Uncategorized — love2wryte @ 11:23 pm

I just read that Castle was renewed. Don’t get me started on this week’s sucky episode…even Susan Sullivan’s part was sucky.

We watched a terrble movie…I won’t even name it since I’m pissed I surrendered 90 minutes of my life to it.

I finished Lawrence Block’s HITMAN. It was okay. Not great. Not bad. But because it’s really just a set of linked short stories, it was a great book to pick up and put down, pick up and put down.

I’m stretching out DARKLY DREAMING DEXTER because I am LOVING Jeff Lindsay’s voice. Sooooo jealous.

Read Judi McCoy’s HOUNDING THE PAVEMENT. I don’t usually read such light, frivolous stuff, but it was mildly amusing. I was relieved that the killer wasn’t who I thought it was on page 49.

I’m thinking of using my B&N gift card to splurge on the latest by Beth Ciotta and Harlan Coben. But I’m also consider starting on The Spellmans series by Lisa Lutz.

What are you reading and watching?



  1. Oh, come on – what was the movie??

    We watched Up In the Air last night. It was mildly amusing. Tonight I’m looking forward to new episodes of Bones and Fringe. And I’ve already put Beth’s new book on my wish list – currently I believe it’s one of maybe two [?] fiction books on there. [Not counting the Torchwood collection]

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — April 1, 2010 @ 4:03 pm | Reply

  2. The movie was the Invention of Lying. It was highly recommended, but Long Suffering and I both hated it.

    Don’t forget SGU is starting up again Friday.

    Comment by love2wryte — April 1, 2010 @ 6:09 pm | Reply

  3. Oh and I should have asked, What are you listening to? Since THE MATCHMAKERS is now an audio book. Congrats!!!!!!!!

    Comment by love2wryte — April 1, 2010 @ 6:09 pm | Reply

  4. Ditto on loving Jeff Lindsay’s voice.

    I read Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain. It actually kinda spooked me, and I never get spooked!

    Comment by Jenny — April 2, 2010 @ 1:07 pm | Reply

  5. I saw The Invention of Lying – I was thrilled at the end when I realized I hadn’t spent $10 to see it in the theater, but I thought the concept was interesting. And I thought it was clever of Ricky Gervais to manage getting Jennifer Garner as his romantic lead.

    Thanks for the Congrats! It was fun listening to the book and have the voices in my head be an actual voice for a change. LOL!

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — April 2, 2010 @ 4:21 pm | Reply

  6. Jenny — I read the first chapter of the first Chelsea Cain book and loved it. I keep meaning to read them….all my good intentions….

    Comment by love2wryte — April 3, 2010 @ 12:22 am | Reply

  7. Jennifer — I thinkg one of the reasons I disliked the movie so was that no one ever voiced any “good” or “positive” thoughts which bugged the shit out of me after a while.

    Comment by love2wryte — April 3, 2010 @ 12:24 am | Reply

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