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{January 25, 2012}   WWW Wednesday for January 25th,2012

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?

What are you currently reading? “Don’t look behind you” by Ann Rule

What did you recently finish reading? “Bleeder” (Apocalypto, #3) by L.K. Rigel

“Sex with kings: 500 years of adultery, power, rivalry, and revenge” by Eleanor Herman-an interesting look at the secret world of mistresses, especially royal mistresses and how life was like for them.

What do you think you’ll read next? Probably one of the books saved on my kindle, but not sure which one yet….

Paula says:

• What are you currently reading? 11/22/63 by Stephen King. I’ve only read about 20% so far, but I’m really like it. It was neat to see some characters from IT.
• What did you recently finish reading? On writing by Stephen King
• What do you think you’ll read next? I downloaded several samples on my Kindle, so I’ll probably try out one of those. 🙂

“Don’t look behind you” that’s an interesting title. Is it good?

I LOVED 11/22/63! 🙂 I didn’t know he used any of the same characters though, but I have actually never read IT…surprising, I know! AND I watched the movie forever ago!

“Don’t look behind you” is a True Crime book by Ann Rule, she is a great True Crime writer who has worked with many detectives before and this is just one of her many books. She has some that are just ONE story, this is Volume 15 of some of her shorter stories. If you’ve never read anything by her but you like True Crime, I recommend “The Stranger Beside Me”, her story about Ted Bundy and the murders he committed. She actually worked with Bundy at a suicide hotline before he was a serial killer, so it’s very interesting to read about how charming he was and how no one saw the path he would later take…

Paula says:

I really loved IT, which surprised me, I thought it was just scare me. lol If you ever get a chance to read, I think you’ll really like it. 🙂

I’ve never read any true crime stories. Honestly, I’m not sure I could handle reading them. lol Those kind of books would probably give me nightmares.

I may read IT someday…
I know what you mean about crime stories, they are not for everyone…I like them the most when I hear the perpetrator was caught and put away for the crimes.
Me and my husband LOVE the tv shows on the Investigation Discovery, or ID channel. We watch Deadly Women, Wicked Attraction, Behind Mansion Walls, etc. I guess it comes from the tiny amount of time I considered maybe becoming a lawyer because I HATE hearing about child abuse, but then I reconsidered because of how much the law ends up letting people get away with things. I am such an emotional person and it would break my heart every time the bad guy got away…I think a lawyer has to be able to separate their feelings from their job.

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