Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday: The Rosie Effect

There’s nothing like a Wednesday for thinking about the books we want to read! My Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday post is linking up with two fabulous book memes, Wishlist Wednesday (hosted by Pen to Paper) and Waiting on Wednesday (hosted by Breaking the Spine).

My most wished-for book this week is:

The Rosie Effect (Don Tillman #2)

The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion
(to be released December 30, 2014)

I’m not including a snip of the synopsis here… because this is the sequel to The Rosie Project, and I don’t want to give anything away from the first book. The Rosie Project was one of my very favorite books of 2013, so picking The Rosie Effect as a wishlist book is a total no-brainer for me. And let’s just say that if the sequel is anywhere near as charming as the original, then it’ll be a winner for sure!

Want to know more about The Rosie Project? You can check out my review here.

What are you wishing for this Wednesday?

Looking for some bookish fun on Thursdays? Come join me for my regular weekly feature, Thursday Quotables. You can find out more here — come play!

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Do you host a book blog meme? Do you participate in a meme that you really, really love? I’m building a Book Blog Meme Directory, and need your help! If you know of a great meme to include — or if you host one yourself — please drop me a note on my Contact page and I’ll be sure to add your info!

5 thoughts on “Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday: The Rosie Effect

  1. i’ve been meaning to pick up the rosie project because i keep hearing the title all over the place. thanks for the not putting the synopsis of it. 🙂

    hope you can stop by my WoW Post.

    -michelle @ Michelle & Leslie’s Book Picks

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