img_1384-0Hello everyone! I’ve missed the last couple of weeks, but I’m finally posting my second WWW Wednesday in August!
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words.
Don’t know what WWW Wendesday is or how to participate??? All you need to do is answer the following three questions and link back to Taking on a World of Words, or you can put your answers in the comments on her blog! (You can also leave your link in my comments to be sure I don’t miss your post!)

The three WWW questions are:

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

Here’s what I’m currently reading:

I wasn’t sure if I was going to enjoy The Swan Keeper by Milana Marsenich at first, but by the end of the first chapter, I was hooked!
I’ve been reading Born to Wander by Michelle Van Loon with my husband. It’s really interesting and has led to some great discussions!

I recently finished:

I may have missed the last couple of weeks, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t carve out some reading time…
I absolutely loved Mammoth by Jill Baguchinsky and I’ll be sharing my review soon!
Edge of the Known Bus Line by James R. Gapinski was a super quick read that gave me chills!
For some crazy reason, I decided to start reading classics that I either never got around to or just discovered…Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson was not a good one to start with! I was pretty disappointed and upset that it was recommended to me.
Their Houses by Meredith Sue Willis is another book I recently finished that I fell in love with. I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since I got to the end and can’t wait to share the review with you all!

What I’ll be reading next:

What’s your WWW? Any thoughts on the books above?  Leave a comment or send me a message through the Contact Me page.
Want to support my laziness??? Feel free to leave a link to your own WWW Wednesday post in case I miss it over on Taking on a World of Words. (The link list is long over there guys, and I’ve got a lot of books to read…)

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. So many interesting choices! I am so sorry that your return to the classics started off rough. I actually own Winesburg, Ohio, but it hasn’t made it close to the top of my TBR list yet, so I guess I should count my blessing based on your review. I hope you don’t give up on classics. I’ve been attending a monthly classics book club, and there has been some good ones that I missed out on while I was in school. Here is my WWW post if interested:

    1. A classics book club sounds interesting! How long have you been doing that?

      1. I’ve been off and on trying to tackle the classics through book clubs for years. The clubs motivate me and discussions have been amazing. I move a lot but managed to find a classics book club in DC, Boston and now Houston.

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