Wednesday, November 6, 2019

What Are You Reading? ~ Nov. 6th, 2019

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What are you Reading?  Let me know what your current read is, what you recently finished reading, and what you plan on reading next! 

Current Read

I'm currently reading One Second After* by William R. Forstchen. I'm enjoying it immensely! It's so intense. What I like about this one is that it explains more of how an EMP works - how it fries all electronics. Also, you see more of a small town trying to survive and maintain civility, instead of just a couple of people (preppers) trying to survive. It's interesting, and it makes you think. 

I'm still listening to The Girl With No Name* by Diney Costeloe. I'm about 60% finished and loving it! It's about a Jewish refugee teenager sent to London just before the Blitz during WWII.

Recently Finished

I finished reading Looking for Alaska* by John Green. It was good, and now I'm watching the series on Hulu. One thing, for a YA, I thought it was a little too mature. 

What's next? 

My reading group is reading Holidays with Jane: Thankful Hearts* by Rebecca M. Fleming, Jennifer Becton, Melissa Buell, Nancy Kelley, Cecilia Gray, and Jessica Grey, so that's what I'll probably read! I've already read it, but it will be fun to read again. 

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Have a great week, friends! Be sure to share what you've been reading! 


  1. Oh that is interesting how it explains more about EMP disruption and how a small town would work to survive it. I still need to read Thankful Hearts.

    Just got finished with A Christmas Gathering by Anne Perry and not sure what I'll start next.

  2. Oh yay, a group read of HWJ: Thankful Hearts! :)

    I'm in a weird reading "meh" season, but I am *loving* the Her Royal Spyness series that I'm binge listening to on mp3 in the car. SO much fun - snarky and cheeky and glitzy but real, and set in 1930s England, with all that drama and such. Love love love. (Which might be why everything else is so "meh", haha).


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