Hosted by Should Be Reading
  *What are you currently reading?
     False Convictions by Tim Green
  *What did you recently finish reading?
     Death of a Valentine by M. C. Beaton (enjoyed..gave it a 4 out of 5 rating)
  *What do you think you’ll read next?
     Now & Then by Jacqueline Sheehan
     A Note from an Old Aquaintance by Bill Walker (he will be a Guest Author on this blog in March)
  I usually join in for Wondrous Words Wednesday, however, I didn’t find any words that stumped me.  I will be visiting those bloggers that have new words so I can expand my vocabulary.
  Today I will also go on my treasure hunt looking for new book blogs for “Thursday Treasure”  If you would like to join in on this new meme, check out the right sidebar of this blog.


  Here in New England, we are expecting a snow storm with predicted snow fall close to a foot of snow.  What better way to spend this kind of day than by getting cozy and warm with a good book and a cup of coffee or hot chocolate….those are my plans for later today!!


5 thoughts on “Wed

  1. Hi, I found your blog through Should Be Reading, and just wanted to say I enjoyed your WWW Wednesday! Death of a Valentine especially sounds good.

    My WWW Wednesday picks are here.

  2. Bookwanderer: it was a good and fast read. It was the first book I had read by this author and enjoyed it.

    Bermudaonion: I am 1/2 thru and so far so good. It's getting really good. Again, this is the first I have read a book by this author. My kind of book. I love short chapters 3-5 pages because I always say …just one more chapter and end up reading many more chapters.

  3. The last two storms have passed us by (thank goodness!) I hope you have been able to stay warm and read lots 🙂

  4. How did you weather the storm? I hope you didn't get too much snow. We only had a couple of inches. I told my husband that we are going to have to move south so we can get a real snowfall again 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!!! I became a follower, too.

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