Wednesday, March 09, 2011

WWW...Wednesday: 9 March 2011

WWW_Wednesdays icon It's time for another 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:  Since I'm in Las Vegas, I thought it would be fun to read one of the “Vegas Vampires” books by Erin McCarthy. The first book in the series is High Stakes and I'm about 3/4 of the way through it. All the books in the series are identified as Paranormal Romances—and the plot also has a bit of mystery to it, so I'm finding this book very enjoyable. I have the 3rd book in the series, Bled Dry, with me, but the 2nd book was on order when I headed out on my trip and it's waiting for me back home in Texas.

Since I didn't bring my audio CDs with me, I haven't “read” any further in Heaven's Net is Wide by Lian Hearn.

Heaven's Net is Wide by Lian Hearn High Stakes by Erin McCarthy

2:  In the past week, I've only completed two books: Full Dark House by Christopher Fowler and Honor Among Enemies by David Weber. And, I finished reading both of them on Monday. Through most of the weekend, I was reading along in Honor Among Enemies, but after posting my weekly roundup on Sunday, I began to feel a bit guilty that I kept setting aside Full Dark House while I read other books, so as we were driving from Lancaster to Las Vegas, I pulled out Full Dark House and lost myself in London during the time of the Blitz in WWII. With my conscience all assuaged, I then fell back into Honor Among Enemies and finished it shortly after supper. Hooray!

Full Dark House by Christopher Fowler Honor Among Enemies by David Weber

3:  I don't know what's next up. I'm still thinking about it. I did load up the next Honor Harrington book, In Enemy Hands, into my BeBook reader, so I'm sure I'll be reading it over the next week or two. I also have Interlude in Death—a novella in J. D. Robb's series starring Eve Dallas—sitting on my Kindle reader and ready for me to read. Also, when shopping at Bucket of Books, I picked up the final (or should I say “most recent”) book in Shirley Damsgaard's Ophelia and Abby series. The Seventh Witch is definitely going to be a great book to read and probably a very quick book, so I'm seriously thinking that it might be one of the next books up. Check in next week to see what I actually wound up reading.

In Enemy Hands by David Weber Interlude in Death by J D Robb The Seventh Witch by Shirley Damsgaard

1 comment:

  1. Sometimes things come up, like virtual book tours that weren't previously announced and everything goes a little off kilter. That happened to me but all is good and back on schedule, more or less.:) It seems like you lean toward YA and paranormal. Do you have other preferences in reading?

    Here's my WWW post. Have a great week reading!