Proust, or more like the Froust Questionnaire (as in Fake Proust)
Reading Horizon: The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair by Joel Dicker. This was recently recommended as a page-turner. It is, plain and simple. It is not perfect, but Dicker knows how to plot and keep readers engaged. What fun.
Audiobooking: Ready to start A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay
Writing: Have a few pieces still in their infant stages. Everything is a bit too abstract right now for my liking.
Obsessing: Westworld. Has anyone else seen it? I was skeptical at first and almost didn’t watch it, but I saw the first two episodes and think it’s really intriguing. Because it’s HBO, of course there is annoying female nudity, but it sort of works here (but I argue that you still don’t need it; especially, considering that the male nudity is close to nil).
Brainstorming: Ideas for fundraising for online magazine. This is a very hard task.
Procrastinating: Need to read submissions for aforementioned online magazine. Doing it today! I swear.
Watching: Scream Queens (does anyone else watch? If not, you’re missing out)
Disappointing: The Sunday night presidential debate for so many expected reasons.