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?
Sadly, I did not finish anything since my last WWW post. I meant to get some reading done this last weekend, but alas, it did not happen.
What are you currently reading?
I am making very slow progress right now and trying to not feel bad about that. I made no progress in The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien and only a little bit of progress in Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. I also started reading an anthology of short stories called Once Upon a Curse: 17 Dark Faerie Tales by Yasmine Galenorn and others. I’ve read three of the stories so far and they were really good.
What do you think you’ll read next?
I just bought my copy of The Bone Thief by Breeana Shields and will hopefully start reading that tomorrow. Other than that, I’m not sure where I’ll go next. I really need to focus on my current reads before planning anything further right now.
Please leave your WWW in comments!
Categories: WWW Wednesday
Just read: House of Many Ways
Currently reading: The Yellow-Lighted Bookstore and a kindle book
Next read: planning To Kill a Mockingbird, but some could come before
I have been reading more slowly nowadays, too, with some weeks better than others. Hang in there! Here’s MY WWW POST
I always struggle with The Fellowship of the Ring, I love the books but The Fellowship always moves a bit slow for me in comparison to the next two books. Hope you manage some good reading this week. Happy Reading.
My post https://ladybookdragon.com/2021/02/17/www-wednesday-17-02-2021/
I finished Rage by Robert Woodward. Good read, wish it was fiction.
Currently reading Eleanor by David Michaelis. If it were even more possible to admire Eleanor Roosevelt…What I like about this biography is that it doesn’t shy away from the not so wonderful aspects of ER. She was a product of her privileged Gilded Age upbringing and had prejudices and anti woman’s rights beliefs as a younger woman but through self education and travel she grew into a champion for unprivileged people, not just in America, but worldwide. Also, in lieu of what’s currently happening in American politics, there are so many parellels to what’s happening today and the challenges of the 1930s.
Not sure what I’ll read next. I found an old Erma Bombeck book, Forever, Erma, in the “Little Library” box near the boardwalk. Think I could use a little light reading!
I’ve been thinking about giving Throne of Glass a second try. I hope you’re enjoying it!
Some weeks we just don’t get any reading done and that’s okay! I hope you make progress this week!