WWW Wednesday (April 12th)


Hi Everyone,

This is my first time joining WWW Wednesday, which is a weekly event hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. Simply answer the three questions and leave a comment (with the link to your WWW Wednesday post) on Sam’s post. Here are the questions:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?

What do you plan to read next?

Currently Reading:

Eager by Helen Fox


This is a wonderful book so far! I have about 100 pages left.

Illusionarium by Heather Dixon


Illusionarium is action-packed and fun to read. I have about thirty pages left. I’m reading this for the book club that I run.

Dark Water by Laura McNeal

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Dark Water is an interesting read so far. I like the author’s writing style and I have about 150 pages left.

Just finished:

Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

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Salt to the Sea is a very poignant novel that I enjoyed a great deal. This was last month’s pick for my book club.

Planning to Read:

Humans, Bow Down by James Patterson and Emily Raymond

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Running Out of Time by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Running out of time

I’m very interested in Humans, Bow Down because I love to read anything that involves robots or AI. Running Out of Time looks great too and I’m very excited to read it. I will be picking up both of these at my library today.


New Poetry Book!

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Hi Everyone,

I’ve been working on a poetry book for the past several months and I wanted to share some information about it. The book will contain fifty poems that deal with different topics. I categorized the book into five different sections that include the following subjects: nature, mankind, music, dismal thoughts and the metaphysical. This is my first poetry book and I hope to have it published in about two weeks.  The book will be available on CreateSpace and Amazon.

Here is a brief summary from the back cover:

Ephemeral Thoughts is Avery Griffin’s first poetry book and second published work. Griffin has imbued her passion for nature, fantasy, science fiction, and many more subjects into the poetry found in this book. Readers will be taken on a journey of Griffin’s thoughts as they delve into the poems, such as “Creatures of the Night,” “Silent Forest,” and “To Mankind.” Readers are sure to enjoy the photography and digital images that accompany a number of the poems in this collection. The images are meant to enhance the reader’s experience; these visual components were designed to complement the writing itself. Readers of all ages will be delighted by this thoughtful collection of poems.