WWW Wednesday (March 13)

W...W...W... Wednesdays March 13 2013 W…W…W…Wednesdays is a weekly reading prompt hosted by MizB at Should be Reading. 

TO PLAY ALONG, JUST ANSWER THE FOLLOWING THREE (3) QUESTIONS:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

I am currently reading Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King. It is one of the books I have pledged for the Catch Up Reading Challenge. It is the first book that I can recall reading that does not have chapters. It’s 376 pages in one chapter. It is bizzare, honestly, and I don’t know why it is so weird to me. Anyway…moving right along…

Since last week, I finished Speaking From Among the Bones by Alan Bradley. They are incredibly fun novels that go by way too quickly. I can’t wait for the next one.

As of this moment, I intend to read The Heart and The Fist by Eric Grietens. Here’s the promo blurb from the author’s website:

“The Heart and the Fist: The Education of a Humanitarian, the Making of a Navy SEAL shares one man’s story of extraordinary leadership and service as both a humanitarian and a warrior. In a life lived at the raw edges of the human experience, Eric Greitens has seen what can be accomplished when compassion and courage come together in meaningful service.” [Eric Greitens website]

It gets me outside of my reading comfort zone and sounds like a good read.

Until next week…happy reading!

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About Paul H-C

Just an avid reader in the little town of Bangor, Maine (Yes, that Bangor...home of Stephen King). When I'm not reading and drinking coffee, I sell cell phones by the sea shore.
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3 Responses to WWW Wednesday (March 13)

  1. 1) Shantaram. It’s a GREAT book;
    2) The haiku of Basho;
    3) 100 Poems from 100 Years– that will be next.

  2. 1)Redshirts by Scalzi
    2) Timepiece by McEntyre
    3) Flatland by Abbott

  3. I finished Scarlet by Marissa Meyer. I picked up the Delerium Stories by Lauren Oliver. I also picked up Her Fearful Symmetry for the second or third time, so I might actually read it this time around.

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