Wednesday, March 02, 2011

WWW...Wednesday: 2 March 2011

WWW_Wednesdays icon So, two weeks in a row I am posting a response to MizB's WWW ... WEDNESDAY meme from her Should be Reading blog. She asks three simple questions:
1. What are you currently reading?
2. What did you recently finish reading?
3. What do you think you’ll read next?

1:  As predicted in last week's WWW...Wednesday post, I'm now reading Full Dark House by Christopher Fowler. I actually started reading Full Dark House last Thursday. About 150 pages in, I set it aside to gobble up one of J D Robb's “ Death” mysteries, but now I'm actively reading Full Dark House again. I uploaded a short introduction to the book in yesterday's Teaser Tuesday post, so check it out if you're interested.

And yes, I'm still listening to Heaven's Net is Wide by Lian Hearn and reading Honor Among Enemies by David Weber.

Full Dark House by Christopher Fowler Heaven's Net is Wide by Lian Hearn Honor Among Enemies by David Weber

2:  I finished reading Michele Richmond's No One You Know on Thursday, 24 February. I'll be sending that book to a fellow BookCrossing member. Although I had already started reading Full Dark House, I decided to give myself a treat and pulled out Memory in Death by J D Robb. (Robb is a pseudonym used by prolific author Nora Roberts, by the way.) This is #22—of 34—in her “ Death” mystery series starring NYC police detective Eve Dallas. They are set in the near future of the 2050s, so she throws in the occasional reference to off-planet settlements, but everything still feels normal and not science-fictionish at all.

No One You Know by Michelle Richmond Memory in Death by J D Robb

3:  I'm about to change my mind as to which book will be the next one up. I'd really love to start reading High Stakes by Erin McCarthy, but I don't have the second book in the series available and I'm thinking I'd prefer to read the first three books in that series back-to-back. So now I'm leaning toward reading Tallgrass by Sandra Dallas. My mother-in-law recently returned it to me and she was raving about what a good book it was—and she's sometimes difficult to please—so that's a great recommendation for me. And, if I change my mind again, you can see what I did decide if you'll check back here next Wednesday.

High Stakes by Erin McCarthy Tallgrass by Sandra Dallas

Please join us with your own WWW...Wednesday post. Tell us what you're reading, what you've recently read and what you plan to read next and then hop over to MizB's site and link your blog post up with all the others.

1 comment:

  1. Just hopping by today. I'm always re-arranging the order of my TBR pile, too. Seems like some books end up lonely for too long.
    The Steel Bookshelf