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…)


  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:

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      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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