WWW Wednesday

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! :-)



Tomorrow We Die 
What are you currently reading? Right now I am reading Tomorrow We Die by Shawn Grady. I just picked it up this morning, so can't say much about how it is. But, man, does it have a cool beginning! It isn't hard to be pulled into this story and wrapped up in the plot and the characters. I can't wait to pick up the book and continue reading! :-)



Pompeii: City of Fire: A Novel

What did you recently finish reading? The last book I finished was Pompeii: City on Fire by T. L. Higley. Wow! That book was amazing! On my personal book blog, Legacy of a Writer, I just posted my review of this book. Click HERE and scroll to the bottom of the post to read it. :-) But just to wet your appetite...if you have ever read any of Higley's work, know that she has done it again! What an awesome story! Her historical insight into the year, culture, and people is amazing. I loved it!



Distant Melody, A: A Novel (Wings of Glory) 
What do you think you'll read next? Hmm...That's always hard to tell, but I really want to pick up Sarah Sundin's A Distant Melody. It looks SO good and I've been looking at it sitting on my shelf for weeks just aching to be read! :-P lol So, if no other pressing reviews are going to be due soon, I'll pick that up next! :-) I haven't read much on the world wars before, so am eager to dive into this book and broaden my horizons. :-)



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

2 comments:

amber said...

i'm currently reading "the fine art of insincerity" by angela hunt. i just finished "fully engaged" by john busacker and next i'm reading "my foolish heart" by susan may warren.

Katy said...

Thanks for joining in, Amber! I haven't heard of the first two, but I've seen "My Foolish Heart" around and hear a lot of Susan May Warren's books. Hope you enjoy that one when you dive in! :-D

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