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{February 1, 2012}   WWW Wednesday for February 1st,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? “The Grimm Curse(Once upon a time is now)” by Stephen Carpenter-A Kindle book, real short, only about 85 pages, so shouldn’t take me much time at all

What did you recently finish reading? “Down the Drain” by Daniel Pyle-another very short and free when I got it, Kindle book…creepy read

“The Emerald Talisman” by Brenda Pandos-free Kindle Book, 1st in a trilogy, I LOVED this book and I am planning to read the other 2 but they do cost a little so I am going to try to get the 2nd through my Books Free and buy the 3rd one later unless it shows up free sometime soon 🙂

“The Mancode Exposed”-Rachel Thompson-Free when I got it, but no longer free….very funny read!

“Darkness Under the Sun” by Dean Koontz-short novella for Kindle that I paid for

“When parents text: So much said, so little understood” by Sophie Fraioli-The book from the site,, very funny, read on my Kindle

“Mile 81” by Stephen King-short novella on the Kindle

“Don’t look behind you” by Ann Rule-pretty much the only book I consider LONG that I have read recently…I love her true crime stories!

I read A LOT of books on Kindle this week, but a majority of them were pretty short, so that’s why!

What do you think you’ll read next? Either something else on my Kindle or I might work on reading books 5, 6 and 7 of the Vampire Kisses series by Ellen Schreiber that I started over the holidays…

*Note to blog followers, I will be restarting Mirthful Monday next Monday. I know I haven’t done it for a couple weeks, but I’m NOT getting rid of it, I was just taking a break from blogging a bit. For those interested in my ” 12 in ’12” journey, I will be posting about how the first month went and what my 2nd month goal is going to be, so stay tuned for that! :)*

That’s quite some variety for one week of reading. Looks like you had a lot of fun.

I did a lot of waiting this past week…I had a doctor’s appt. one day and then my mother-in-law had a redo on her knee surgery.

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