WWW Wednesday – June 20, 2018

Posted June 20, 2018 by Jess C. in WWW Wednesday / 0 Comments

WWW Wednesday

Welcome to WWW Wednesday!
img_1384-0WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words.  All you need to do is answer the following three questions and link back to her, or you can put your answers in the comments on her blog!

The three WWW questions are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

So, here’s what I’m currently reading:

small Truth Seer coverTruth Seer, by Kay L. Moody
I am really enjoying Truth Seer!  I flew through the first 100 pages…no small feat when you’re caring for 6 month old twins, a two-year old, and a recent high school graduate, all while worrying about your 13 year old daughter that’s currently hopping about Europe! I can already tell I’ll be reading the entire series!
Priceless, by Jen Barrick
I’ve been going through Priceless: Who I am When I feel… with my daughter and I’m not quite sure how I feel about it yet.  I love the idea behind this devotional and my daughter seems to be enjoying it. The problem may just be that it’s geared toward her age and understanding/dealing with the MANY emotions that come with being a teenage girl and holding those emotions and feelings up to God’s truths.  Maybe I just need to tap back into those emotions in order to get more out of it?  IDK… stay tuned, I’ll let you know how it goes…
22914448-_sx120_The Dead Key, by D.M. Pulley
I picked up The Dead Key at the West Virginia Writer’s Conference earlier this month.  It’s a fast paced mystery novel that I’ve been having a hard time putting down at night! For me, mysteries/suspense stories are either love it or hate it, with no in between, and this one is firmly in the love it category!
37795839-_sy180_Beneath the Same Heaven, by Anne Marie Ruff
I’m enjoying Beneath the Same Heaven, even though it’s a bit heavy on the romance side for me. Obviously, I knew it was a love story when I picked it out, but it’s the cross-cultural family dynamic that really pulled me in and got me interested in the novel.

I recently finished:

51ndubla9rl-_ac_us218_The Shield Breaker, by Scott Beckman
Just finished The Shield Breaker and I  can’t wait for the next book in this series to come out! There were a few more typos than I like to see as I was reading this one, but the story was so good that it really didn’t matter all that much (which isn’t normally the case).

What I’ll be reading next:

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What’s your WWW? Any thoughts on the books above? Leave a comment or send me a message through the Contact Me page!

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0 responses to “WWW Wednesday – June 20, 2018

  1. Sam

    Glad you’re still able to find time to read around your family commitments. That’s so hard to do. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

  2. Thanks for giving me some more books to put on my TBR list! On another note, the Barricks spoke at our church a while back, and their story is so powerful. Jen is a very impressive young lady, and she definitely loves the Lord.

    • That’s awesome! Her story is the beginning of the book and was what really got us into it. My daughter is really enjoying the walk through psalms!

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