Wednesday, August 14, 2013

WWW Wednesdays



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To play along, just answer the following 3 questions...

1) What are you currently reading?
I try really hard to only read ONE book at a time, but have pretty much broken that rule for all of 2013....I am still only 1/2 way through The Happiness Project, I've just started reading A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick for my book club..honestly, probably wouldn't be reading it otherwise, but it's ok so far. I am also reading Raising Happiness by Christine Carter in order to conduct a Parents Book Club at my school. I am REALLY excited about this unique opportunity for parent outreach. I hope it goes well and would love to do 2-3 more books this school year!!


2) What did you recently finish reading?
I just finished reading An Unexpected Guest by Anne Korkeakivi and gave it a measly 2 stars, which was probably generous...in my opinion anyway. For me, 2013 has been a disappointing reading year...I've read SO many books that just haven't been that great. Here's hoping my book fortune changes for the rest of the year...heck, that might also explain why I am 6 books behind on my reading goal. Ouch!


3) What do you think you’ll read next?
I am really anxious to read The Best of Us by Sarah Pekkanen...I've seen it on various blogs and recently added it to my "to-read" list when a co-worker raved about it. After re-reading the description, I'm thinking it'll be a good read for me right now. Can't wait to get to it. 

What are you reading?

2 comments:

Beatriz said...

I promised myself I would read more this summer but instead the summer has flown by and I have no idea what I did all summer!

Have a good week!

Amy said...

I read "A Reliable Wife" last year when we were in Hawaii. I picked it up at the local used book store because it was only $3. It gets better; I think you'll finish it thinking it wasn't a complete waste of time, though nothing that will really stick with you.

I just finished "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks". Very interesting, though the author injected herself in to the story way too much toward the end.