To play along, just answer the following three questions:
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?
I've got a couple of books on the
go at the moment: Blink, by Martin Gladwell, which is about trusting your instincts. It's an ok read - he certainly includes some interesting case studies for examples but then waffles through his explanations. It's likely to get mixed reviews at this stage! The other book I'm totally engrossed in is Goodbye Sarajevo, by Atka Reid and Hana Schofield. This is the story of two sisters, separated during the Bosnian War. It's absolutely gripping!
What did you recently finish reading?
30-something-year-old whose husband moves her and the children to the Mississippi Delta to see his dream of becoming a farm owner through to fruition. An easy, but enjoyable read. The review will come - I just have to get through my stockpile of others first! But in the meantime, if you see it, grab it! Barbara Kingsolver says "This is storytelling at the height of its powers"!
What do you think you'll read next?
I don't know! I have so many books I want to read immediately. The Tapestry of Love, by Rose Thornton is still on my TBR pile, and I've just added The Villa Girls, by Nicky Pellegrino as well. Then last week I managed to come home with two more historical entertainment works by Carolly Erickson - one on Marie Antoinette and another on Mary Queen of Scots, and having seen Should Be Reading's mention of Ciji Ware's A Race to Splendor, I really want that one too! I think I might have to pick a name out of a hat at this rate!