WWW Wednesdays

Hey everyone! Today we are having our weekly WWW Wednesday posts. If you are interested in reading more about these posts, check out MizB's blog, Should Be Reading for more info!


To play along, we must answer three questions...
 
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?

- What do you think you'll read next?
 

So! Below are my answers for this time around! :-)



Passion from the Heart 
What are you currently reading? Right now I am reading Passion from the Heart by Deborah Lynne. I'm reviewing this for her and I've also hosted her on my blog for an interview. (btw, she is giving away a copy of this book to a follower, so if you want a chance to win, go HERE.) I just began this book last night and am only in the second chapter, but so far the writing is good and I am intrigued to see what is going to happen.



Heart Divided, A: A Novel (Heart of the Rockies)

What did you recently finish reading? Just the other day I finished A Heart Divided. It's a new book, just released, by author Kathleen Morgan. It's the first in a new series. I wouldn't call it a favorite of mine, but I did enjoy the read. I am actually working on a full review right now, so check out my main book blog, Legacy of a Writer, later today and see if I've posted a review yet. :-) If you enjoy historical romance, then I think you will probably love this new book by Kathleen.



How Huge the Night: A Novel
What do you think you'll read next? Well, as soon as I finish with the book I am reading now, I need to pick up How Huge the Night. I'm scheduled on a blog tour to post my review this Saturday, so I need to get that read. :-) It looks really neat. I've never read anything by the authors--Heather and Lydia Munn--but the back of the book was intriguing enough for me to get it. :-) Check out my blog, Legacy of a Writer, on Saturday to read the review!



Thanks for looking into my stacks of books with me! Please feel free to leave a comment and let us know what your WWW is for this week! :-D

6 comments:

Michelle said...

Hi Katy! Did you recently change your blog design? It looks great!

I'm currently reading Doctor in Petticoats by Mary Connealy. I recently finished Leaving by Karen Kingsbury (read this one for a blog tour review. You can read my review at www.sweettreatsandinspiration.blogspot.com). Next, I think I'll read A Memory Between Us by Sarah Sundin.

Happy reading!
Michelle : )

Katy said...

Michelle,

Yes we did! A few weeks ago, roughly. Thank you--Kait and I are really enjoying the new look, too! :-)

Thanks for joining in on the fun! I always love looking over the books I have, am, and will read. :-) I haven't read either Doctor in Petticoats or Leaving, but I have A Memory Between us toward the very top of my TBR pile. I can't wait to dive into it--Ive heard so many good things about Sarah Sundin. :-D

~ Katy

amber said...

- i'm currently reading "secrets of the heart" by jillian kent
- i just finished "the redeemer" by linda rios brook
- next, i'll read "sue ellen's girl ain't fat, she just weighs heavy" by shellie rushing tomlinson (i have no idea what to expect with this one :) )

Charity U said...

Currently reading "Ben-Hur" and "I Beat the Odds." By Lew Wallace and Michael Oher respectively.

Just finished a biography of Cleopatra by Stacy Schiff, "The Lightkeeper's Daughter" by Colleen Coble, and "Making Waves" by Lorna Seilstad. The second one I listed was really good and the others were also fun.

And next I'm going to read..."Sackett's Land" by Louis L'Amour, I think. :)

Katy said...

Amber,

I've heard quiet a bit about Secrets of the Heart. Hope you're enjoying it!

I haven't heard the other two books you mentioned, but they seem neat. That last one especially, lol! :-)

Thanks for joining in on our WWW Wednesday!

~ Katy

Katy said...

Charity,

Ben Hur? I've only seen the movie! :-) Hope you are enjoying it!

I've always been intrigued by Cleopatra. Was the biography good?

The Lightkeeper's Daughter? Oh! I wanna read that one, now. :-) Glad you recommend it. I really enjoyed The Lightkeeper's Ball.

Making Waves always makes me laugh! Lorna has such a fun and witty writing voice. Love it!

I've heard of Louis L'Amour books before, but have yet to read one. Do you read many of his? Any you recommend I try should I ever pick up one by him?

~ Katy

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