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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Whatcha Reading? Wednesday!

I wanted to start the New Year with a new Wednesday special!

Whatcha Reading? Wednesday!

I've always been a reader. I remember going to bed as a kid and reading by the light of the nightlight or the half-open door, instead of sleeping. I've always been a reader. Of course you know, now I'm a writer, so it comes hand in hand.

Even though my reading has slowed down in the last month (I've just been too tired!), I have a few books that I'm working through. And I want to know... what are you reading these days?

(I'm not going to do this weekly. Probably every 2 weeks, but maybe only at the beginning of the month. Keep an eye out!)

Nonfiction: Salt by Mark Kurlansky

My nerdy history book. It's about the history of salt and how it has affected cultures for thousands and thousands of years. It's well-written and super interesting!

Fiction: The Husband Trap by Tracy Anne Warren

I don't normally read cheesy romance novels, but I read the description for this one and needed to check it out. Basically, Violet has to step in when her identical twin sister refuses to go through with her wedding minutes before walking down the aisle. It's good so far... though I'm only 10 pages in!

Baby Book: The Happiest Baby on the Block by Harvey Karp

I'm working my way through the rest of my baby books. This one is more for colicky babies, which Penny is not, but it has tons of good info and helpful tips to calm a crying baby. It's very practical!




3 comments:

  1. I read the happiest baby on the block and liked it. I'm always on the lookout for a good parenting book or book on motherhood. Right now I'm reading the hunger games.

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  2. It's so funny that you mentioned the book Salt, because I just picked it up from my parents over the holiday! I haven't opened it up yet, but I thought it looked interesting!

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