Wednesday, September 21, 2011

WWW Wednesdays September 21



WWW Wednesdays is hosted by Should Be Reading
To play along, just answer the following three questions…
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?


What are you currently reading?

I am currently reading The Orphan Sister by Gwendolen Gross. I just started it last night but so far I am loving it.


I am also, sort of, reading Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. I am two-thirds of the way through it (Eat and Pray). I just need to have it read by the end of the month for my book group so I am going to wait on the Love part. I was struggling with the book and was finding other things to do besides read because I really was not into this book. Now that I put it aside, I am enjoying books again and am ready for some fun reading.


Interesting how a book we like, or maybe don't really care for, can influence our immediate reading habits.

What did you recently finish reading?

I recently finished 2/3 of Eat, Pray, Love. (see above) I also read Here, Home Hope by Kaira Rouda and The Last Page by Lacy Camey. My review for Here, Home, Hope will be posted soon. I read The Last Page for a blog tour that is going on right now. I will be posting my review and an author guest post on October 6th!


What do you think you’ll read next?

Next I am not sure what I will be reading. No book group or blog tours in the immediate plans so it will be just whatever is on my book shelf that I have been wanting to read, just because I want to. Hmmm, maybe it should be Smokin' Seventeen or Indulgence in Death to get myself caught up on those series. Yep, I'm thinking I am going to read one of these. FUN!!


Happy reading everyone!
Can't wait to see what everyone else is reading.

9 comments:

  1. I haven't read Eat, Pray, Love. But I saw the movie (does that count?!?) and it took me a couple tries to watch the whole thing. Ultimately I enjoyed it, but its kind of making me not want to read the book - fearful of a little bit of a boring read.

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  2. I liked Eat, Pray, Love--but then I am a travel writer, so that may bias my reading.
    I really need to get to the next Janet Evanovich novel. Some are definitely better than others.

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  3. Hi! It's Ren from over at Ren's Rambles. I replied to your comment on my blog & wanted to stop by & check your's out. I love that at the beginning. Got Eat & Pray waiting on the Love. lol I'm a new follower now by the way(GFC).

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  4. New follower. I love JD Robb, I have not read a JD Robb book in a long time. I will have to start reading them again.
    Check out my WWW when you get the chance
    http://thenovelstudent.blogspot.com/2011/09/www-wednesday-9212011.html

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  5. Thanks to all of that stopped by and left a comment. I checked out your WWW's too. Great books.

    @Liz - I am starting on the Love part tonight. And basically I am finishing it because our my book group meets Thursday. And then I can be done with it. Does that tell you something.

    @Susan - I agree, I almost gave up on JE about book 10 or so. Was getting so blah! Then things got interesting again. I just keep reading them.

    @Ren - starting the Love tonight. Or is that TMI? ;^)

    @Lex - LOVE JD Robb - Eve and Roarke - what is not to love about their chemistry?

    @shelovesreading - finished The Orphan Sister last night - very interesting and made me stop and think about family dynamics

    Happy reading, one and all!

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  6. I love The Orphan Sisters! From the very first page, I felt as though I was right inside Clementine's head, experiencing her anxieties, her thoughts, her struggles, and her joys. She is wonderfully imperfect and believable, as she tries to make sense of her family's relationships and secrets, while also coming to terms with a great loss.

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