WWW Wednesday 2-5-2014

WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading.

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?

• What are you currently reading?

This is going to get really boring if I don’t get finished with my copy edits, cause I’m still reading The Crumbling Pageant, this totally FABULOUS book that I happened to write. I’m sure you’ve heard of it, right? But while we’re here, I’ll show you something else I wrote today:

Lettermo Day 3

I’m participating in lettermo, and having a lot of fun:
~~~Mary Robinette Kowal says, I have a simple challenge for you.
In the month of February, mail at least one item through the post every day it runs. Write a postcard, a letter, send a picture, or a cutting from a newspaper, or a fabric swatch.


 

Find out more here.

I got to use my Japanese stationery that is SO COOL but I never have a reason to use, along with my fountain pen, so yay! And this is the second time I’ve sent something to Chicago this week. Two out of my three lettermo letters have been to Chicago, even though I didn’t plan it that way.

• What did you recently finish reading?

At least I can tell you about something different, mainly because I never mentioned it immediately after I read it. Or rather, listened to it.  The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches, yet another fabulous mystery about the fabulous 11-year-old English girl with a passion for poisons, Flavia de Luce. Oh how I love these books, and their reader. So I’ll give you at a taste of both with this:

 

• What do you think you’ll read next?

I dunno. You tell me. Right now I’m just wading through copy edits of this totally fabulous book.

 

What about you? What have you been reading lately? Put the link to your WWW Wednesday entry in comments, or just tell us!

TODAY’S ENTRY HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE WORD, FABULOUS.

 

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8 responses to “WWW Wednesday 2-5-2014

  1. I can’t wait to delve into the epic fabulousness of that book 🙂
    Flavia, I keep seeing those but haven’t tried them yet. Will keep her in the back of my mind. 🙂
    I wrote one letter the other day cause of the lettermo, I made my own card and doodled on the front. HOpe my sister likes it. I LOVE your japanese stationery!

  2. denise

    Finished Good Together for MBB, publisher didn’t tell me Wildwood Creek was being released yesterday, so now I have to quickly read it. Started a book by Emelle Gamble–she’s new to me.

    Even if we’re not officially keeping count this year, I’m going to do it.

    I’m going to an author dinner fundraiser Friday night–Charles and Caroline Todd will be there–I will come home with more books. I hope the weather is better so it won’t be cancelled.

    I received a ton of books last year. The are ones I know I’ll never read–I’m bundling them up to use at another fundraiser as door prizes. They need to go to good homes.

    • denise

      lettermo sounds fun!

      Can’t wait for the The Crumbling Pageant, too!

      sorry, I was distracted by fighting earlier. don’t usually have 2 young girls here (doing a favor for a neighbor)–and the house is chaotic–more so than usual. my teenagers are hiding.

    • Giving those books to good homes is a really nice thing to do. And I do know how you feel about them, having been in that position myself!

  3. Lettermo seems so intriguing! I may give that a try. Can’t wait to read your book once it’s finished! (And after I tackle my seemingly never ending review pile.)

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