Wednesday, January 4, 2012

WWW Wednesday


This meme is from Should Be Reading. To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?


As I get ramped back up with my reading this month, I have recently finished Six Weeks to Yehidah by Melissa Studdard. It's a fun book about a very happy little girl. Come join me on the 6th for the book's blog tour.

I was going to read Heaven is for Real by Todd Burpo next for my book club, but I'm still waiting for my paperback copy to arrive (I still prefer to buy real books over digital ones, but I guess I should consider ebook purchases more when I really need my copy right away.)


So while I wait for the mail to arrive, I am starting on What a Son Needs From His Dad by Michael O'Donnell. It's a terrific piece about all the different things a father should teach his son, from work to play, from spirituality to intimacy. My husband is eager to read it once I'm done, since we've got a 6 yr old son we both need to figure out a little better.

2 comments:

  1. First, a note to say hello, I'm your newest follower from the Beck Valley Blog Hop - http://bit.ly/w4V4VA

    What I'm currently reading: a bunch of French textbooks! (sigh)

    What I just finished reading: Black Rain, by Masuji Ibuse (a story of Hiroshima after the bomb), Rudy Rucker's "The Ware Tetralogy", 4 futuristic books envisioning human/robotic relations over 2 generations, and "The Malay Archipelago," by the 1860's naturalist Alfred Wallace.

    What's next? Undecided, but open to suggestion!

    Here's a suggestion for what YOU might like to read next - my latest short fiction, "Happily Ever After" - FREE until Friday @ http://amzn.to/uIjoa1 for Amazon Kindle. This slightly twisted fairy tell looks at some familiar stories like Snow White, Cinderella, and The Princess & The Pea through a different set of eyes. Get ready to root for the bad girl!

    Best regards,
    Edward
    http://read-write-listen.blogspot.com

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