WWW Wednesday is a weekly feature hosted by Sam at Taking On A World Of Worlds. Three questions, three answers. Let’s go!
What did you recently finish reading?
I did a quick re-read of one of my favorite books, Without You: A Memoir of Love, Loss and the Musical RENT by Anthony Rapp. Re-reads often help me break out of reading slumps since they are easier – I don’t need to think as much. Besides, I love RENT and I’m a big fan of Anthony. I actually got to meet him briefly and get his autograph at the stage door during one of the times he joined the national tour. This is a really good book, but bring the tissues. Since I’ve never reviewed it on the blog, I think I’ll do a quick review tomorrow.
What are you currently reading?
I am still working my way through Wanderers by Chuck Wendig. That’s a big book, 800 pages! As I said during my teaser, it’s a bit spooky reading this book right now. A story about a killer virus spreading across the world bringing chaos and destruction? Nothing creepy about that! In addition to Wanderers, I am also still re-reading Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. I love that series so much!
What do you think you’ll read next?
Current plan is to read The Starless Sea by Erin Morganstern. I was so excited to get the book, since The Night Circus is one of my all-time favorites, but then never got around to reading it. I also, of course, plan to read Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins after I finish Catching Fire.
Trying my best to crawl out of this reading slump. It’s harder to read since I don’t have a job where I could read all day if it was quiet. My life has changed quite a bit since the last time I was really active blogging, but more on that later.
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I’d never heard of Anthony Rapp’s book, but I absolutely LOVE RENT, and I’ll have to look into that one. I want to read Wanderers, too, but like you said … 800 pages! Yikes! And the timing. xD You sure picked a good time for it lol. Happy reading!
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Without You is a wonderful book. If you are a RENT fan, it is definitely worth a read. Just bring the tissues.
And to be fair, the world was a different place when I started reading Wanderers. It took me a long time!