Thursday, June 10, 2010

WWW Wednesday - er, Thursday Meme!

Hello again,
I have been studiously working on the awards banquet, SO this is a WWW Thursday Meme this week. Sorry for the delay.

Remember that wou can find this meme on MizB's blog.

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

* What are you currently reading?
* What did you recently finish reading?
* What do you think you’ll read next?

My answers this week:

Currently reading: Vision in White by Nora Roberts

Currently finished: A Time for Dancing by Davida Wills Hurwin

Next read: Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger


A Passion Most Pure (Daughters of Boston Series Book One) by Julie Lessman

So, what are your answers??? Answer in the comments or start this fun meme on your own blog!!

Talk to you later,


  1. Hi Hannah!

    I love the last book you have listed! ;)

    Here's my list:

    Currently reading: Wildflower Bride by Mary Connealy (and Love is Monumental by Annalisa Daughety)

    Finished reading: Love on a Dime by Cara Lynn James

    Will be reading: Abbie Ann by Sharlene MacLaren

    Yes, I had to Google the books to make sure I got the authors' names right. ;)

    Looking forward to the awards banquet! Aren't you graduating any day now? :D So exciting!!!


  2. Still a week 'till graduation, Amber. We finish school next Tuesday, graduate next Friday : / Stupid superintendent....*grumble, grumble under my breath*

    Don't worry! I think everyone has to Google the names usually. I had to double check Niffenegger, but I find that I'm usually pretty good with names, surprisingly!!

    What is Abbie Ann about?? I've heard lots of people talk about it but don't have a clue what it's actually about!

    Getting ready for my class' luau the POURING rain!!

  3. Oh...well, still, graduation is soon! ;)

    Here's a description of Abbie Ann from the author's website: "Abbie Ann... completes the Daughters of Jacob Kane trilogy. This youngest sister is now running Whatnot, the family’s general store in Sandy Shores, Michigan. A social activist, Abbie Ann stays busy assisting the elderly, and working with fervor for the cause of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union. She has little time -- or tolerance -- for frivolity, so she keeps her distance from the recently divorced Noah Carson who comes to town with a young son in tow to pursue a shipbuilding business. But God has other plans in mind."

    Guess where I bought it? Yep, a few weeks ago, I got it at Borders. ;)

    Hope your class' luau goes well! Sorry that it's raining. :(


  4. Hi Hannah! Congratulations on almost graduating! LOL.

    Here's my list:

    Just finished "Diamond Place" by Robin Lee Hatcher (contemporary)

    Am currently reading "Running for Cover" by Shirlee McCoy. (suspense)

    And next on my pile: "Wings of the Morning" by Kathleen Morgan. (historical)

  5. Hey AMber,
    Yeah, it's close alright. I got the countdown started *wink*

    Abbie Ann sounds good....I guess I will have to check it out!

    The luau went pretty well. There definitely weren't as many people as they'd hoped by far, but it was decent under the circumstances. I guess I'm glad I went. I got to exchange phone numbers with a few people so we can stay in touch next year....all in all a good evening! LOL!
    Talk to you later,

  6. Kav!!
    So glad you finally made it over *wink*

    I'm going to go check out your Diamond Place review ASAP. Can't wait to hear how you liked Running for Cover. It looked good! Don't have a clue what Wings of the Morning is so I'll stay tuned for that review too!

    Thanks for stopping by, Kav. You're welcome here anytime!

  7. I liked Lessman's book too, and Roberts hardly ever disappoints. :-)
    I just finished reading a crit partner's book, am currently reading a historical romance by Karen Whitemayer, the name is escaping me. And I plan on reading another friend's chapters in a few days. :-)
    Happy reading!!!

  8. Hi Jess,
    No, Roberts barely ever disappoints! Totally agree there....

    That's cool that you're helping out people. Takes away from your reading time, but knowing you, it doesn't make any difference!

    Talk to you later,