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{August 24, 2011}   WWW Wednesday for August 24th,2011

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?


This Wednesday is a little different once again and posted a little late just because of several things going on right now…..

I am still reading ‘Dragon Spell” by Donita K. Paul, but I am close to being finished so I will consider it my just finished read for the week.

I plan to start reading “Escape” by Carolyn Jessop with Laura Palmer soon…..It’s the true life story written by a woman with eight children stuck in a fundamentalist Mormon family. She was coerced into marrying a much older man at the age of 18 and many years later, managed to escape with her 8 children. I read another book about a year ago called Stolen Innocence that told the story of another girl in the same predicament of getting married off early but she escaped before children were brought into it. I was very interested in her story so I wanted to read this other book, too. When I was in Austin, I found it at Half Price Books and purchased it, so I am very excited about getting to read it.

I’m hoping things will straighten out for me soon so I can get back to my regular WWW Wednesdays shortly. Hope everyone has a great rest of the week!

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Thank you for the suggestions. I just got a e-reader, & I’m looking for some great recommendations.



You’re welcome! 🙂



“Escape” sounds like an interesting book, especially since it’s a true story. Hope you enjoy it!



I think I will……whenever I feel good enough to start reading it!



ElizOF says:

I’m glad you are reading a bit slowly now… I couldn’t imagine how you kept it up with your schedule. How are doing in the hurricane? Hope all is well. We are deluged. Take care! 🙂



The hurricane isn’t affecting anyone here in Texas that I know of…….If you’re on the East Coast, I hope you are staying safe!



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