July-September 2014

My writing and reading log, along with my writing and reading themselves, obviously took a blow over the summer. It’s not that I wasn’t busy, just that there were other things on my mind. So, just as a way of catching up I’m lumping July through September together. I’ll add to the list as I remember anything I left out.

Writing

Work on my thriller novel was largely on hiatus for much of the summer. I did come up with an idea and did some initial research for a spec feature script that I hope to work on early next year. And, of course, I read numerous articles in Writer’s Digest and online about writing and screenwriting, so even though I wasn’t doing much writing I was immersed in learning about writing. There’s always something new to learn and I hope to never stop learning.

Reading

  • Gunsmoke #1 by Gary McCarthy
  • The Colorado Kid by Stephen King
  • Peter Pan Must Die by John Verdon
  • Sleepy Hollow: Children of the Revolution by Keith R.A. DeCandido
  • The Good Suicides by Antonio Hill
  • Private Berlin – James Patterson
  • Fury script
  • began reading scripts for 2015 Nashville Film Festival Screenwriting Competition

Movies/DVDs watched:

  • Walking Tall 2 and 3
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • The Equalizer
  • John Wick
  • X-Men: First class
  • Caddyshack
  • Neighbors (the old one)
  • The Conjuring
  • Don’t Say A Word
  • Grudge Match
  • Dredd
  • Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
  • Expendables 3
  • Let’s Be Cops
  • The November Man

TV series:

  • Dallas
  • House of Cards: Season 1
  • The Strain
  • Hill Street Blues

Music

  • KISS and Def Leppard

Podcasts

  • Hollywood Close-up on natalieandwayne.com

 

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