Project Wonderful

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

WWW Wednesdays - June 15, 2011

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?


The Answer: "A Journey From Anger to Peace"The Answer: "A Journey From Anger to Peace"  by Allison Wynn
This is a inspirational story of sorts I just started. 

Sanctuary of the Soul: Sacred Heart OfferingSanctuary of the Soul: Sacred Heart Offering by Aaron St. Julien
This is also spiritual in nature but is a book of poems. 


 Witches of East End (The Beauchamp Family)Witches of East End (The Beauchamp Family) by Melissa De La Cruz
This was a good start to a series had little bit about the Blue Blood series just enough to make me want to read that one too.

Heat WaveHeat Wave  by Richard Castle
I wasn't happy with this one.  The show is so much better. 

Josephine's Imagination: A Tale of Haiti by Arnold Dobrin

This picture book was wonderful story about a little girl from Haiti

The Last Golden EggThe Last Golden Egg by Odette B. Lezama Rodriguez
 I am not sure about this one I have to process it and possibly read over again. 


The Fairy Godmother (Five Hundred Kingdoms)The Fairy Godmother (Five Hundred Kingdoms) by Mercedes Lackey
I have never read anything by Lackey although my husband tells me her griffon series is good.  

 Fairy Cloud Parade (Fairy School)Fairy Cloud Parade (Fairy School) by Gail Herman
I am starting to like this Fairy School series the more I read it.  


Lauren B said...

Haven't read the Castle books but love the show.

Amy said...

Great picks! :)

Juju at Tales of said...

You didn't like Heat Wave?
While it's not as good as the show, I liked seeing into Castle's head.

Anonymous said...

I wasn't too impressed by Heat Wave either. The end-of season cliff-hanger was SO much better!

As for your Mercedes Lackey choice... I have not read that one, but she writes in several different styles. I am guessing that a 'Godmother' book will be one of her fairy-tale kingdom books. I read her Sleeping Beauty and it was disposable funny romantic fluff - beach-read. I liked her Reserved for the Cat more, though it does jump you into the middle of an established fantasy world. It's also romantic fluff, just a little more to it, I guess.

Kati R said...

These are great books. I still have yet to read any of these.

Here's my WWW post.

iLuvReadingTooMuch said...

Witches at east end looks fabulous!!! Happy Reading :)