WWW Wednesdays

It’s been a busy time for me lately but I’m slowly getting my groove back.  Time for a book meme!

WWW Wednesdays, like Teaser Tuesdays, is hosted by MizB of ShouldBeReading.  To play along, just answer the following questions:

1. What are you currently reading?
2. What did you recently finished reading?
3. What do you think you’ll read next?

Here are my answers:

1. What are you currently reading?  Supreme Courtship by Christopher Buckley.  It’s a satiric take on a US President’s grueling attempt to nominate his choice for the coveted Supreme Court justice post.  His nominees were slammed by the US Senate that he reached the end of it and fielded a reality TV judge.  Think Judge Judy in Nancy Grace‘s body. 🙂  I’m enjoying it so far; it’s funny and very witty.  I liked his other book, Boomsday, which is about the problems of US Social Security.

2. What did you recently finished reading? I Am Legend by Richard Matheson.  I was really scared especially in the first half of the book.  If you watched the film, I’m sure you know that it revolves around “the last man on Earth” after a plague brought down almost everyone on the planet.  It’s gripping and the way it presented the end was very satisfactory to me.  I was expecting it’s about zombies but it was not.  It was about vampires (thankfully not the *sparkling* kind) who (which) were zombie-ish in character because they were plagued by a virus.  But they still sucked all the blood out of the “living” ones!  I loved it.

3. What do you think you’ll read next?  Two Sabrina Jeffries books – Don’t Bargain With The Devil and Beware A Scot’s Revenge.  I long planned to dabble into romance novels again.  It must be the weather, hahaha!  They are part of Ms. Jeffries’ The School for Heiresses (TSFH) series (books 5 and 3).  I’d probably finish them both in a day.  After that, If I don’t get my hands on the other TSFH books, I’d probably go straight to Mary Balogh’s First Comes Marriage and At Last Comes Love (books 1 and 3 in the Huxtable series).  Here’s to being giddy and girlish! 🙂

Categories: Bookworm Judie

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5 replies

  1. alam mo
    you should get your angst back
    para mas interesting ang posts

  2. I haven’t read I am Legend yet, just watched the movie. I am curious to know how the book differs. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Happy reading.

  3. Both “I am Legend” and “The Book of Eli” inspired me to one day write about a post-apocalyptic world. It would be such a great experience, full of imagination and research. Thank you for these.

    Write well,

  4. I read I am Legend a few months ago and thought it was really cool. You’re right, the beginning especially was scary.

    Here’s mine:

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