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{February 8, 2012}   WWW Wednesday for February 8th,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? I’m reading about 4 books at the same time, but it’s because they’re more of daily reading…..

“Think and be Happy:365 Empowering Thoughts” by Shadonna Richards (This is obviously meant for daily through the year, but I may read a couple on some days instead of just one)

“Daily Readings for Difficult Days” by Jennifer Carter-Christian Literature to give you inspiration during tough times and of course, difficult days….I have seen some scripture, but even if you weren’t Christian, I think the little stories could still inspire you some

“Daily Dose of Determination” by Melanie Bonita-Another Christian Literature book, this is actually meant as a 90 day book to help give you determination…

“The Feel Good Factory on Life Management: Mind Clearing, Path Finding, Change Making Ideas to Revitalize your life” by Elisabeth Wilson-I LOVE this book so far, it includes lots of tips and advice for decluttering your life and working towards your goals…..this isn’t a daily type of book, although I am reading through it slowly, bits and pieces and trying to really digest what it has to say

(Since at least 3 of these books I will be reading on for awhile, I’m not going to relist them each week. I will just mention them again when I am done reading them because I plan on reading other books in the time being as well. You may have noticed a theme with these books…..Well, they were all FREE books I got when they were shown as free and they are on my Kindle, Since I am focusing on controlling my depression this month, I decided to read some books that are meant to uplift and inspire me.)

What did you recently finish reading? “The Grimm Curse(Once upon a time is now)” by Stephen Carpenter-short novella that the tv show “Grimm” was roughly based off of

“The Dirty Parts of the Bible” by Sam Torode-Funny book….not what you’re probably expecting from the title

“The Scarlet Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne- PLEASE tell me what I was thinking…no offense to those who like this book, but omg….I was SO glad when I finished reading it. I never HAD to read it throughout school but I knew the premise and something just made me want to do a little bit deeper reading than I had been doing of late. It’s not that his writing wasn’t good, it was just sleep inducing and his sentences run on and on so that ONE huge paragraph might be ONE sentence. I found myself having to slow down and concentrate hard not to lose what was trying to be said in the midst of comma after comma separating what SHOULD have been quite a few sentences instead of one.

What do you think you’ll read next? “Stay tuned” by Lauren Clark-a Kindle book that sounded interesting to me 🙂 It’s supposed to be about a #1 news team becoming the top story instead of reporting it…..We’ll see how it goes!

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