Did that stop me from starting a couple new projects? Not at all!
The one up there is actually kind of a secret, too, although I couldn't resist some strategic button placement to reveal its silly anthropomorphic nature.
And my current reading is obviously present, too---this book (Maggie Stiefvater's The Scorpio Races) is an odd one. I'm halfway through it and still not quite sure about it, in some way. I think in part just because it wasn't what I was expecting. I knew it was about horses, but I wasn't counting on some of the horses being like...scary, carnivorous, vaguely magical horses who have to be tempered with iron and want to eat you. I'm not sure how I feel about that! I kind of overdosed on fantasy novels as a kid, so magical animals tend to make me back away slowly. (The horses don't talk, though, so there's that at least.) There's something compelling about this one, though, so I'm keeping on. Malevolent magical horses aside, the characters and setting are interesting, the tension and scariness of the plot are effective, and it got inside my head enough that I think there were horses in my dream last night.
Linking up, as usual, with WIP Wednesday and Yarn Along.