"No one can be lonely who has a book for company." ~ Nelle Reagan

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Whatcha Reading? and W...W...W...Wednesdays

Whatcha Reading Wednesdays

1. Share what you are currently reading or planning to start soon.
Nothing has changed, really, since the It's Monday, What are you reading? meme.  Still bookmarked and steadily making progress, I am reading At Home in Mitford.  Bookclub meets on the 17th so I simply must give this book some priority.  It is a reread.  A pleasant and warm story of a small town rector and the people who make the village their home.  Father Tim is a gardener too, which makes him all that more likeable to me.  Set in the most picturesque village in a valley, with humour, love, friendship and mystery, At Home in Mitford makes for a welcome diversion from the stresses of the day.

2. Link back to Busy Moms Who Love To Read.

To play along just answer the following 3 questions:

1.  What are you currently reading?  Well, you could look above but if you'd rather not I'll just tell you again.  I'm reading At Home in Mitford with savour and gratitude for the warmth of small towns and the lives therein that can become intertwined in the most well-meaning of ways.

2.  What did you recently finish reading?  I read Utopia Texas by Betty Byrd.  In fact, Ms. Byrd and I are hosting a giveaway of her novel.  The contest closes March 14 at midnight MST.
Also read in the last week:  Engage, Commit, Grow by Larry Smith.  I posted reviews for Utopia Texas, Engage, Commit, Grow and Fires...Accidental or Arson?

3.  What do you think you'll read next?  I had a feeling this was going to be a week of fewer accomplishments reading-wise.  After finishing At Home in Mitford, I would love to finish Nana: the Four Crystals and fit in another on my TBR list.  We'll see what time allows.

How is your week going?  Is it busy or are you able to put things aside, put your feet up and lose yourself in a good book?  Please take a moment to comment below and/or leave a link to your W...W...W... Wednesday post.  I'd like to see what's being read out there!  And remember to link with Should Be Reading.


  1. I love reading books set in small towns. Probably because I live in a big one :)

    My WWW Wednesday is here

  2. These books are all new to me.

    You can see my WWW HERE

  3. Hi Shirley, thanks for stopping by my blog, Carabosse's Library. You are my first follower, yay!

  4. thanks for stopping by! I've heard a lot about the Mitford books, but I've never tried any. Happy reading!


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