WEDNESDAY

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  • What are you currently reading?
  •   Invisible Boy by Cornelia Read
  • What did you recently finish reading
  •   Watchlist Based On An Idea by Jeffrey Deaver
  • What do you think you’ll read next?
  •   Original Sin by Allison Brennan (review request from The Book Trib
  •   Malice by Lisa Jackson
Since I so enjoy the daily memes where you visit other blogs and make more bloggy friends, I am adding  Wondrous Words Wednesday hosted by Bermudaonion’s Weblog.  This will be my 1st posting.  If you want to join in the fun, head over to:  http://bermudaonion.wordpress.com/
   My word came from Invisible Boy by Cornelia Read
   “My guilt is assuaged then.”
 Definition: 
as·suage (-swj)


tr.v. as·suaged, as·suag·ing, as·suag·es
1. To make (something burdensome or painful) less intense or severe: assuage her grief. See Synonyms at relieve.
2. To satisfy or appease (hunger or thirst, for example).
3. To pacify or calm: assuage their chronic insecurity.

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10 thoughts on “WEDNESDAY

  1. What a great word! I'd have to really think to try to use it, though, because I don't think it will roll off of my tongue. Thanks so much for participating!

  2. Thank you for hosting!! Being a new blogger, and loving every minute of it, especially meeting new book bloggers as I have found them to be the nicest people. Again Thank You.

  3. I like assuaged. Glad you joined the hunt for new words. Also, welcome to the fun adventure of blogging. Beware – it can become addictive.

  4. Thank you all for stopping by !!!
    J.Kaye..I purchased Malice after reading your review..hoping I get a little breather with review requests to read.
    Dolly..LOL After emailing each other…I can only imagine what your dad meant LOL

  5. Thank you for the compliment Joy…so kind of you…I can't remember where I found the picture and had saved as I thought it was so pretty. My original page was a free template but when I decided to take my blog to the next level, I had Casey at Hot Bliggity Blog use it to design my new page. She did a wonderful job setting everything up and helping me set up my new navigation tabs. So she deserves the credit and I was lucky I had saved the picture.

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