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WWW Wednesdays (June 19)

June 19, 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:

WhalenMarybeth_TheWishingTreeWhat are you currently reading? I’m just about to start “The Wishing Tree” by Marybeth Whalen. Looking forward to it!

SinekSimon_StartWithWhyWhat did you recently finish reading? I finished “Craving” by Omar Manejwala, M.D. (good book!) on Sunday, and “Start With Why” by Simon Sinek, yesterday, and it was excellent! Definitely recommended!

TaylorEphrenW_TheEliteEntrepreneurWhat do you think you’ll read next? I’ve still got “The Elite Entrepreneur” by Ephren W. Taylor out from the library, so probably that. Otherwise, I might choose a book from my shelves. We’ll see.

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

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  1. Hi everyone! MizB, The Wishing Tree looks great, looking forward to your review. Here’s my WWW:

  2. The Wishing Tree sounds appealing :)
    You can find my WWWW post here: :D

  3. I have never heard of the books you have listed, but I will definitely check them out ^^

    Here is my WWW:

  4. I would love to read The Wishing Tree ;-)

    Here’s mine for this week:

  5. You read such interesting books! Definitely makes me want to check them out!

  6. Sweet! I just finished Trouble in Store by Carol Cox & really liked it! Have a great week!
    - My WWW Wednesday at Novel Reveries

  7. Interesting titles. They are new to me but Happy reading. Here is my WWW

  8. Here is my WWW Wednesday post: Looks like you’ve got some interesting books as usual!

  9. Today Madeleine Robins shares her WWWs at Book View Cafe:

  10. Wishing Tree looks good – hope you enjoy! :)

    Here’s my WWW

  11. Susan @ The Book Bag permalink

    The Wishing Tree looks good. I’ll have to check that one out. Here’s my WWW.

    Happy reading everyone!

  12. The Wishing Tree looks like a good summer read! Here’s mine:

  13. cerianh permalink

    The Wishing Tree sounds good! Enjoy! Here’s my WWW

  14. You are so good reading all that nonfiction! I have to check out the wishing tree, pictures of beaches on the covers of books make me happy :)

  15. The Wishing Tree sounds good! Happy Reading!

  16. Brianna Soloski permalink

    I just finished a few books: Cocktail Hour by Tara McTiernan, Midnight Train to Paris by Juliette Sobanet, and The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare (my goal is to read all the Shakespeare I haven’t read + reread the sonnets). I’m finishing up The Mermaid of Brooklyn by Amy Shearn this week. I have no idea what I’ll read next. I have books for review, but nothing on a strict deadline so the book world is my oyster right now.

  17. I like that cover of THE WISHING TREE. I hope you’re enjoying it!

    Here’s mine at :D

  18. Hi MizB,

    Whilst I am not sure whether I would want to read the book or not, I love the concept of having a wishing tree at a wedding. I have never come across the idea before and is certainly not something which is done here in the UK.

    Here is my post for this week :

    Thanks for hosting,


  19. I’m off the check out Start with Why. Here’s mine:

  20. CandyM permalink

    Happy Wednesday! “The Wishing Tree” looks good!

    Here’s mine:

    Happy Reading!

  21. The Wishing Tree is the only book I recognize! Happy Reading!

    Here’s my WWW

  22. Here’s mine! Hope everyone had a great Wednesday!

  23. wcs53 permalink

    Start With Why looks quite interesting. I’ll need to check it out. Here is my WWW post for this week.

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