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Entertainment options

As the WGA strike rolls on — a strike we here at kt literary fully support — a sad fact is that many of our favorite tv shows aren’t around to entertain us between marathon sessions of query-reading, shoe-shopping, and deal-making. What to do, what to do?
While I could spend hours mesmerized by HGTV, and the lure of an easy decorating makeover, I’m sure there’s other great entertainment out there.
What are you doing during the strike to fill the void? Watching tv on DVD? Catching up on reality shows, or updating your Netflix queue? Running out to the movies to try to see all possible Oscar nominees?
Or using the time to polish your manuscript, or draft a new one? What about reading the recent Newbery, Caldecott and Printz winners?
And speaking of Printz winners, if you haven’t already seen John Green of Brotherhood 2.0’s video on the Writers Strike, do go watch it. We’ll be here when you get back.

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