Super Book Password

Noah and John are the winners in the the third round of Super Book Password. Noah correctly guessed my first Movie Title ("Bringing Up Baby") and John has snagged the points on the second ("Around the World in 80 Days"). Next week will bring a new Password Category: Musical Group.


Some of Bev's Favorite Quotes...



Wednesday, June 22, 2011

WWW: Wednesdays

WWW: Wednesdays which is hosted by MizB ofver at Should Be Reading. This is a weekly meme that I have been participating in for over a year now.

To play along just answer the following three questions....

*What are you currently reading?
*What did you just recently finish reading?
*What do you think you'll read next?

Current:
Scorpions: The Battles & Triumphs of FDR's Great Supreme Court Justices by Noah Feldma: tells the story of four great justices: their relationship with Roosevelt, with each other, and with the turbulent world of the Great Depression, World War II, and the Cold War. It also serves as a history of the modern Constitution itself, exploring the constitutional battles of the Roosevelt era (1940s and 1950s) and their contemporary relevance.


Read Since the Last WWW: Wednesday (click titles for reviews):
The Secret of Lost Things by Sheridan Hay
The Detections of Dr. Sam: Johnson by Lillian de la Torre
Panic in Box C by John Dickson Carr


Up Next:
The Savage Garden by Mark Mills
Seven Gothic Tales by Isak Dinesen

3 comments:

Shirley said...

I love to see which mysteries you have tackled! Your current read Scorpions: The Battles..... looks fascinating! How are you enjoying it thus far?

Here's mine: WWW Wednesdays

CMash said...

How are you feeling? You ok? Slow reading week for you. But then I should talk, I have a phenomenal book and just can't find the time to open it.

Bev Hankins said...

@CMash. Yeah a little slow. Normally I read on my lunch hours and in the evenings...but I was a social butterfly last week. Went out to lunch two times and out in the evenings twice. Plus falling asleep earlier than usual. Really bites into the reading output.