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{May 25, 2011}   WWW Wednesdays….What I’m reading

There will be 2 posts today, the other post will be Part 3 of my 2001 Missions Trip story. I saw this WWW Wednesday thing on my friend Jackie’s page and it looked like something new, different and fun to add to my blog. So I’m going to try to add this every Wednesday, although I can’t promise I will always have a new book I’m reading that week, but I’ll try.

Same three questions every week…only the answers change! Feel free to join and do your own, just make sure to leave your link here.

What are you currently reading?  “The guy not taken:Stories” by Jennifer Weiner

What did you recently finish reading? “Room” by Emma Donoghue

What do you think you’ll read next? “Horns” by Joe Hill and then hopefully “The Hit List” by Laurell K. Hamilton after it hits stores June 7th! 🙂

So…what are YOU reading? I would love to hear!

Cindy says:

Room was one of my favorite books this year.

Mine too…great book! So glad a friend recommended it to me!

I can’t wait to read the may release I’m waiting for!! It’s !Just like heaven” by Julia Quinn! I can’t wait for it to come out!

Nat @ Reading Romances
Small Blogs, Big Giveaways

Never heard of that author…..I normally stick to a list of authors I have grown to love but as I read more blogs on books, it’s making me want to read even more authors! Too many books, not enough time! Thanks for stopping by my blog! 🙂

Room is on my list for my next read!
Here’s mine:

You will NOT regret reading it! great book! 🙂

Hi you can find out my www wednesday here

Thanks, I’ll go check it out! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, do come back! 🙂

Stacey says:

I am hoping to start reading Water for Elephants. I borrowed it from a friend and need to get started on it.

I’ve only heard of the movie…not really sure what it’s all about. Let me know if it’s any good! 🙂

What a great theme for Wednesdays! I should pick up the good habit. I just finished reading Holes by Louis Sachar and I absolutely loved it. Had a hard time putting it down – the man is a brilliant storyteller. That’s what writing should be about, lots to learn from the book.

I’m reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollen this week. Very insightful on where our food comes from and how we’ve evolved our process (not in a good way). Lots to learn from this read too.

What was “Holes” about? When I think of Holes, I think of the Disney movie with Shia LaBeouf where he goes off in the desert to dig holes because he got in trouble.

That’s the movie based on the book – I didn’t see it yet. I know Sachar wrote the screenplay and was on location but I’m still guessing the book is 100% better than the movie.

Yea, the book IS usually better. I think your imagination is always better than anything movie people can come up with on the screen!

I’m reading 50 Jobs 50 States, another one-year project book I found out about. 🙂

Hmmm, interesting…so are you supposed to get a different job in each state or what? I am curious now! 😀

Jackie Paulson Author says:

I am going to add a book I will finish tonight I think it’s Our Soul’s Purpose… you will see it on my blog. Thanks for your post. I cannot wait to get ROOM. It is on my list.

OK, you’re welcome! Thanks for showing about the WWW Wednesday…gives me a fun post to do every Wed. if for some reason, I don’t have any other inspiration that day!
Let me know what you think of ROOM!

Yep he’s working a job in each state that he thinks represents the state, and drives to each one and all that without much of a break.

Yikes! Sounds difficult…..Have you read Texas yet? I wonder what job he picked for us…..the stereotype probably had him as a rancher or cowboy…..but there’s so much more here.

Jackie Paulson Author says:

Thank you Sharon I added a Page now for www wednesdays…too ♥ Bless your heart, as we try to read fast LOL

I love to read…I wish there was more time in a day so I could write a book…or more each day! 🙂

He actually became a petroleum engineer in Texas for a week, I forget why. It does sound really exhausting though!

Hmmm….Good for him NOT picking a stereotypical job! 🙂 That WOULD be a tiring job!

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