WWW Wednesdays

Well, today is certainly not a Wednesday. I think. 😐

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However, any day is a good to talk about books, right? Right! 😀 So here goes … from http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com/ To play along just answer the three questions below.

1. What are you currently reading?                    I’m currently reading Anne

the fishing fleet
the fishing fleet

de Courcy’s The Fishing Fleet – Tales of husband hunting in the Raj. I’ve been dying to talk about this book and while I’m not done reading it yet it’s one review I’m really looking forward to writing! So look out out for it here! 😀

2. What did you recently finish reading?              That’s a tough one. I think the last one would have been an M&B historical romance. 🙂 Which too shall appear here in due course, I suppose.

3. What will you be reading next?                        Perhaps

Wodehouse
Wodehouse

Wodehouse’s Very Good, Jeeves (I’m a huge fan!) since I’ve already started it. Or this fascinating though slightly intimidating book on Yoga (another one I’m … errr… simultaneously reading) orrrr Louisa May Alcott’s short stories! 😀 (I love having a tall, tottering stack of TBR, don’t you?)

 

 

 

There! Thanks http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com/ ! This was fun!

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2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays

  1. Ahh, Louisa May Alcott. Just the name brings back so many memories of love, heart break and adventure. Even if the adventure was a tent pitched n the back yard, reading with a flashlight.

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