I can't believe it's Sunday already! That means it's another ROW80 check-in!
I don't have too much to report, as I've spent the last few days working on final exams for my students this week. I managed to get in about 2k words on PARADIGM and 1k on my new WIP since Wednesday, which I am pleased to be able to say (with some degree of certainty) that it will be somewhat of a paranormal romance. I don't have a name for it yet, but I can tell you it involves mummies (NOT from Egypt), a girl, and some good ol' fashioned Indiana Jones action (that's all I know thus far).
This morning, I took some time to work on an interview I'm doing for Ty Johntson's blog. He came up with some great questions and the interview will be out sometime in June. I'll keep you posted.
On another note, Sunday means, GCB is on tonight! I know it's a bit controversial because of the religious conotations (I don't think very many folks watch the show, or it'd be a bigger deal), but the hubby and I get a kick watching the show every week. Being from Texas, I know the show exaggerates some (hey, we Texans like everything big, so I guess it's warranted), but in all honesty, there are a lot of aspects of the show that ring true. I haven't read the book by Kim Gatlin, nor do I really care to, but I have to say, the best part of GCB is Annie Potts. I've always been a fan of hers since Designing Women and she really shines as Gigi Stopper, the matriarch of societal Dallas, err, her family. Kudos also goes out to Kristin Chenoweth as Carlene Cockburn, the antagonist you hate to love. Getting to hear her fabulous voice is another reason to watch. Thoughts?