TDF Weekly Update 4.27.16

April 27, 2016 Features, Geek Girl Life, Music, Reading, Watching 0

Wondering what we’ve been up to lately? The Discriminating Fangirl Weekly Update will keep you all informed about what we’re into this week. You can always follow us on our Facebook page, Twitter, or personal social media accounts for more.

Amanda
Reading: Shadowshaper – Daniel José Older.

Listening to: Split between Oscar Isaac singing and Beyoncé’s Lemonade. Very different vibes but both equally great.

Watching: The Night Manager on AMC… and going through the Oscar Isaac movies I can get my hands on.

Working on: Setting up something really neat for geeky ladies in my area, will report more when we have everything ironed out. Stay tuned!


Brittany
a7qonui457eeftzzi2zkReading: I think I’m going to have to DNF A Promise of Fire, my review will be coming soon, depending on if I stick through it or quit the book. I just finished Damned if You Do by Marie Sexton and I’ll be writing a review for that this week. My next book will probably be another eARC The Empty Hourglass by Cornelia Grey, which is part of the Deal with a Devil series I’ve written reviews for in the past. I’m looking forward to this one. :) 

Listening to: The newest episode of Critical Role, as usual.

Watching: A new show on Syfy called Hunters. So far, the first episode was pretty good. The clicking noises the aliens do reminds me of Predator though.

Working on: I just started a new playthrough of Dragon Age: Origins. I’m playing a dwarf noble this time and so far I’m really liking it. After seeing her origin, I knew there was a reason I hated Bhelen on my first playthrough of the game.

Pamela
Reading: Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens by Steve Olson. I’ve always been fascinated by volcanoes and Mount St. Helens in particular (especially now that I live relatively close to it).

Listening to: A lot of Odesza.

Watching: It’s a struggle every day to not watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens again. Instead, Mr Fangirl and I are watching Murdoch Mysteries on Netflix. Look out, Canada, we’re watching your period detective show.

Working on: A nerdy cross stitch project as a Mother’s Day gift (pics will be shared after my mom gets it), and I’ve started yet another Dragon Age: Inquisition playthrough. I couldn’t help myself. Cullen’s just too handsome, and he needed to be romanced by an elf mage.

 

Keep an eye out for next week’s post. Let us know what you’re up to this week in the comments below.