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{April 24, 2013}   WWW Wednesday for April 24th,2013

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? “Wielding a Red Sword”(Book 4 of Incarnations of Immortality) by Piers Anthony

What did you recently finish reading? “Love me: A look into a life of Abuse, Sex, Drugs and Bipolar Disorder” by R.W. Swartz

“The Haunted: One Family’s Nightmare” by Robert Curran

What do you think you’ll read next? “Being a Green Mother” (Book 5 of Incarnations of Immortality) by Piers Anthony

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writingmom2013 says:

Very cool!

I am currently reading: Salt, Sugar, Fat by Michael Moss, Guarding the Moon by Francesca Lia Block, & re-reading Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

I recently finished reading Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl

I think I’ll read big girl panties by Stephanie Evanovich next



How was “Beautiful Creatures”? I have the series on my Kindle but have yet to read them…they had a deal where they were like .99 each so I splurged and got them all!



writingmom2013 says:

I really, really enjoyed it! I am not a Twilight fan, because Meyer doesn’t edit her work enough for my tastes. Beautiful Creatures, while long, remained entertaining. I’m very interested in reading on in the series & am jealous you snagged all of the books at that great price!



I have to admit that I liked the “Twilight” series…but I also read it during a time when I was out of state working and staying with my nieces and ran out of things to read. My younger niece left “Twilight” sitting around and I decided to read it. Once I read it, I wanted to know what happened. NOT the best of books, but I liked them ok. The movies…boring. I do love “The Host” by her, though. Not sure what the movie is like yet, cause I haven’t seen it, but I loved the book.
I love the premise of “Beautiful Creatures” and I normally don’t buy more than the first book without reading any but at .99 a piece, I thought it was worth it to take a chance.



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