WWW Wednesday is a weekly feature hosted by Sam at Taking On a World of Words. Three questions, three answers. Let’s go!
What did you recently finish reading?
Since my last WWW post, quite a bit actually. I finished reading Boundless by Cynthia Hand, book #3 in the Unearthly series. Very happy about that since it finishes up that and won’t land on my list of unfinished series. I also finished reading His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik, book #1 in the Temeraire series. This will, unfortunately, go on my list of unfinished series for the time being – I didn’t realize that there were nine books in that one when I started it! I also had a surprise read – one that I was not expecting to pick up, but it came up on the Nerdist Book Club – The Haunting of Ashburn House by Darcy Coates. It was a pretty quick read, but also an excellent one.
What are you currently reading?
The only book that I am currently reading at the moment is Frozen by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston, book #1 in the Heart of Dread series. No relation to the Disney one. This is more of a dystopian romp. I would like to finish it before the year is over so that I can start 2021 fresh, but I don’t know for sure if that will happen or not. Depends on how focused I am, which right now is not very.
What do you think you’ll read next?
I have a few plans for this. The next book on the Nerdist Book Club (I am trying to catch up to their current episodes) is Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. I know nothing about this book whatsoever, so I’m excited to find out what it’s about. I also plan on continuing on reading The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien with Mark Reads. I am going back through all of Mark’s reviews and attempting to catch up with where he is currently (that’s becoming a theme). It’s going to take a while. I also would like to read book #2 in the Heart of Dread series, Stolen by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston after I finish reading Frozen. Also, next year I plan on trying to get back to my “Complete the Series” challenge, so I will be picking something off of that list. Not sure what yet.
Please leave your WWW in comments!
Categories: WWW Wednesday
I have heard good things about Mexican Gothic, so I want to check it out. Enjoy your week, and here’s MY WWW POST
I’ve heard the name before, but that’s about it. I really need to see what it’s all about. 😉
I hope you enjoy all of your books! Happy reading 🙂
My WWW: http://forbookssake.home.blog/2020/12/30/www-wednesday-30th-december-2020
Happy reading to you as well!
I hope you enjoy Mexican Gothic. It’s a very interesting and creepy read 🙂 Happy reading and Happy New Year! Here’s my post: https://www.nbiblioholic.com/2020/12/www-wednesday-december-30th.html
Hmm. I like interesting and creepy! Can’t wait!
The Haunting of Ashburn House sounds good! I enjoyed Mexican Gothic so I hope you will too:)
My WWW post: https://libraryofbooksblog.wordpress.com/2020/12/30/www-wednesday-7/
It was really good. A quick read, super creepy and fun. I’m looking forward to getting into Mexican Gothic, hopefully starting it sometime this weekend.
Enjoy your reading!
I hope to start Legendborn tonight!
I haven’t read that one, but hope you enjoy it! 🙂
I read Mexican Gothic over the summer! I hope you enjoy it. It is weird. It gets so good in the end. Happy New Year!
I like weird, so I should like it. 🙂 Happy New Year to you too!
Recent finish: I Was Anastasia
Currently reading: Howl’s Moving Castle
Plan to read next: there might be some overlap. January 1st is when I plan to start rereading the Narnia Series. But at the same time, might be finishing up Howl’s Moving Castle
I love the Narnia books! It’s been a while since I’ve had the chance to read them. Hope you enjoy your re-read!
I know I will= I am mostly familiar with the first three- as in the ones that made it to film. So looking forward to the group of Narnia books that I still really don’t know
Those are the ones I’m most familiar with as well, although the film version of Voyage of the Dawn Treader was VERY different. They made a lot of changes. Not necessarily bad ones, but it’s almost a completely different story. Each are good in their own way.