Wednesday, October 27, 2010

WWW Wednesdays 10/27/10



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?

Then head on over to Should be Reading and leave a comment with a link to your post so others can see!


I'm currently reading:

Free image hosting at imagecave.comTrevor's Song by Susan Helene Gottfried -- A bit over halfway, and loving it! I know it's taking me way too long to read it, I blame work. Trust me, if not for that, I would have been racing through it! I plan to do a giveaway soon in coordination with Susan's own Musical Hanukkah event, so do check back and you might be able to win a Trevor of your very own! You can't have mine, cause he's autographed, and he ain't leavin' this house!
No coverGreat Gunfighters of the Kansas Cowtowns 1867-1886 by Nyle H. And Snell, Joseph W. Miller -- Back to that work excuse, I haven't gotten a single additional page read in this one and it's about time to check it out from the library again. Not sure if I'll keep on with this one, it's a good resource book, but very dry, and right now I need easy to read and entertaining!
Free image hosting at imagecave.comI'm listening to Stalking Darkness (Nightrunner #2) by Lynn Flewelling -- about a third of the way maybe? It's a pretty long audibook, not like Outlander long (30 some CD's!) but still when you only have about 30-40 minutes a day to listen to it. I'm enjoying it, but this is one where I wonder if I might have enjoyed it more if I had read it, the narrator isn't bad, he's just not terribly animated, and I think I might have fared better with the nuances of Seregil's character better in my own imagination. But I do recommend this series so far!


Since last Wednesday I finished reading:

Free image hosting at imagecave.comMoonlight by Rachel Hawthorne -- A Teen Paranormal read featuring werewolves -- 'tis the season! But then, for me, it's always the season for hunky werewolves! This one was good, set in a wilderness park, where Kayla goes back to confront her past, the place where her parents were killed when she was a child. Her therapist has told her she must face her fears, but she finds a little more than she bargained for!
Free image hosting at imagecave.comStrange Brew by a host of great Paranormal authors! A good mix, and all the stories were pretty good! I probably liked the Jim Butcher story best, just because Harry Dresden is the character I know best out of all of these. A couple of the stories were featuring side characters from the authors series, I think some were just stand alone stories. I recommend this one, I felt all the stories were worthwhile.


Probably up next:

Free image hosting at imagecave.comSlightly Settled by Wendy Markham
Free image hosting at imagecave.comImmortals: Evermore by Alyson Noel -- Loving the Teen Paranormals right now!

4 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to read Strange Brew, too! I <3 Wendy Markham, as well. Happy reading!

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  2. Sounds like you're enjoying Trevor's Song! Happy reading. My WWW is at The Crowded Leaf.

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  3. Looking forward to your review of Evermore!

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  4. They all look like great books! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Happy Reading!!

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