or, well, she is. because as she's posting blurbs from her new NaNo WIP on her blog and loving Google Earth because it lets her explore cities she'd like to use for setting, i was hanging with these girls last night.
now granted, i'd spent the whole day from waking until about 8 o'clock working on my manuscript, so i think i'm allowed a little downtime. however, if November is NaNoWriMo month, then October was Pretty Little Liars month. i was totally addicted.
it's all because of damn Twitter. i barely log in anymore, but when i do there's always someone dissecting PLL. enter my stoppage of Netflix, scanning of internet for all forms of free anything watching and an, oh, why the hell not attitude one evening.
load addiction and press play.
have you seen this show? do you like teen mysteries in which everyone wears impractical high heels and lots of preposterous stuff happens? still no? then okay, never mind. you may recoup lots of hours otherwise spent in front of your tellie, rent The Wire, and try writing a novel in a month.
but did i hear a shy 'yes' out there? then never mind being productive and spending hours writing! watch this show. it's so unbelievably guilty pleasure fun, and great to have on while you clean, do dishes or eat dinner. and when it starts back up (in January?) we can be PLL buddies together.
luckily, i caught up on all the previous episodes last night. so now i really can try to both write a new novel in a month and finish the edits on my other.
i wasn't actually worried about my productivity. my big question is...what should i watch next?