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WWW Wednesdays (Feb.27)

February 27, 2013

WWW_Wednesdays4To 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:

GerthHolley_YoureMadeForAGodSizedDreamWhat are you currently reading? I’m reading “You’re Made for a God-Sized Dream” by Holley Gerth — which goes on sale this Friday, so keep an eye out for it! It’s a fantastic book!

MakingHabitsBreakingHabits_JeremyDeanWhat did you recently finish reading? I finished “Making Habits, Breaking Habits” by Jeremy Dean, last night. Excellent book with tons of practical advice — some I hadn’t heard of before, even! If you’ve struggled with changing habits, this is a good book to look into reading!

LeganskiRita_TheSilenceOfBonaventureArrowWhat do you think you’ll read next? As soon as it gets here (in the mail), I plan to read “The Silence of Bonaventure Arrow” by Rita Leganski, as it’s the book-of-the-month for the She Reads book club. Otherwise, I will be reading either “Quitter” by Jon Acuff, or one of my two NetGalley review books: “Restored!” by Dan Schaeffer, or “5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Daughter” by Vicki Courtney.

PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT with either the link to your own WWW Wednesdays post, or share your answer in a comment here (if you don’t have a blog). Thanks! :D

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  1. Making Habits, Breaking Habits sounds like a good book, especially if it has some new ideas in it. I may need to check that out.

  2. Making Habits, Breaking Habits, sounds good, especially if it has some new ideas along with the old faithfuls. I may have to check that out.

  3. Oooh, new practical advice on how to make and break habits, might have to check that out. I have a few habits badly in need of breakage! :) My WWW

  4. Hi Mizb,

    I quite like the sound of ‘Quitter’. If someone can help turn the ‘But’s’ into ‘Can’s’, then that would be so good. To have a job that you really desire and enjoy, would be so much better than having a job which is chore and and you do because you have to.

    My post is here:

    Thanks for hosting and have a good day,


  5. ladyambrosiaj permalink

    I may have to take a look at Quitter myself!

    Here is my WWW for the week:

  6. The title The Silence of Bonaventure Arrow sounds intriguing. I might have to check that out! You can find my WOW here:

  7. I love the sound of Making Habits, Breaking Habits! I hope you enjoy your books! My post is here:

  8. I’m going to look in my library’s catalouge for “Making Habits, Breaking Habits”, and “The Silence of Bonaventure Arrow” Those look like books I might enjoy! :D

    -My WWW Wed. at Novel Reveries

    • The Silence of Bonaventure Arrow” hasn’t released yet, but will in a few weeks. Keep an eye out for it! :)

  9. First time doing WWW Wednesday – very fun! I’m currently heavy in to the Cynthia Hand Unearthly series, so it features proudly on my blog this week. Happy reading all!

  10. Just finished the sublime, Orange Prize winner Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “Half a Yellow Sun” — probably the third or fourth reading and it hasn’t lost its charm or impact. Now going to reread her “Purple Hibiscus”. They work quite well together, although I think the former displays the author’s maturity as a writer. As for what’s next, my budget will dictate that. Need to visit a charity book shop. Always come away with something good — and with a grin on my face.

  11. Interesting books this week. Here’s mine.


  12. As much as self-help books have never really been my thing, Quitter and Making Habits, Breaking Habits both sound interesting – enough so that I may have to check them out!

    My WWW is here:

  13. you’re made for a God Sized Dream sounds very interesting. Here is mine

  14. I may have to pick up You’re made for a God sized dream …

    Here’s MINE

  15. Making Habits sounds good. My WWW Wednesday is here.

  16. I need to read the Habits book, I am the worst at trying to change bad habits. Love the Bonaventure Arrow cover.

    Here are my three:

  17. I may have to read 5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Daughter, seeing as I have 3 of them. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on that one!

    Here’s mine:

  18. Happy Wednesday everyone! ​Here’s my WWW.

  19. Those sound like interesting and helpful reads.
    Here’s my WWW Wednesdays Post
    Megan @ Love, Literature, Art, and Reason

  20. Love it when I remember to come here each week , great to see what’s being read out there.

  21. Making Habits, Breaking Habits sounds like something that might be interesting to use with my psychology class!

    Here’s my answer:

  22. Great post! I’m currently reading about five books at once, but had one handed to me by a family member yesterday that I can’t put down – The Prophet. Before that, I read the third book in the Brotherband Chronicles by John Flanagan, and next . . .well, I’ll have to see.

  23. The “habits” book sounds like something I could really benefit from. Here’s my list:

  24. Today Nancy Jane Moore shares her WWW on Book View Cafe:

  25. Today Nancy Jane Moore shares her WWW at Book View Cafe:

  26. I’ll have to check out the books you’ve listed in “what do you think you’ll read next”

    here’s mine:

  27. I’m back after a couple of weeks, here’s mine.

  28. “Conversations You Must Have with Your Daughter” sounds intriguing. My list is at

  29. Good choices!:) Here is WWW Wednesdays :)

    Jackie @Jackie’s Book World

  30. wcs53 permalink

    5 Conversations… intrigues me and I’d like to read Quitter as well. My WWW is HERE.

  31. I need to get more non-fiction into my reading lists. I read mostly fiction these days, and YA fiction at that. I think I’d read more books if some of them were short non-fiction.

    Here’s mine:

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