WWW Wednesdays - November 6, 2013

This a new link-up (for me, obvs) but I think it's more my speed than Waiting on Wednesday, because I don't tend to watch for upcoming titles closely enough to have a new one every single week! This is hosted by Should Be Reading blog (head over and check them out!).

This link up asks three questions:
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you'll be reading next? 
I think I can handle three little bitty questions without rambling too much. Maybe. Possibly.

What am I currently reading? 

I started re-reading this on Halloween, because I'd been meaning to for awhile, and it seemed appropriate. I'm almost finished, and I can't believe I waited so long to re-visit it! This is probably my favourite of Gaiman's solo books - I love the story and the characters, I love the atmosphere, and the way it makes me think about how different the world could seem if I'd been brought up somewhere else. You know, like in a graveyard. Wonderful. (Oh, also features my favourite character name ever - Nobody Owens.)

What did I recently finish reading?

The last book I finished was #3 in the Agent 21 series by Chris Ryan. I quite enjoyed it - a bit easier to get into and get through than his previous book, and I liked the pace of the book. It's a YA novel, so the plot isn't quite as complex or deep as an adult thriller, but I'm just fine with that. You can read my full review of the book here.

What do I think I'll be reading next?

Well, I signed up to do a read-along of Stephen King's book 11/22/63 with Word Hits. I ordered the book, which took forever and several more days to arrive, but it finally got to me yesterday. And my lord, this book is HUGE. Like Under the Dome-huge. 840 pages, not including the Afterword. This is not going to be easy, people. But I'm doing to give it my best shot.

That's it for my WWW Wednesday - share your answers in the comments or head over to Should Be Reading and link up!


  1. Looks like a good week for you.

    Stephen King....yikes...too scary for me.

    ENJOY your week, and thanks for sharing.

    Silver's Reviews
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  2. I just finished re-reading "On Writing" by Stephen King--I'm not a huge fan of his novels but I LOVE his combination autobiography/writing manual. (It's quite a bit shorter than 800+ pages!) Hope you enjoy 11/22/63!
    (Welcome to WWW!)

  3. Cool idea! I am currently reading Seelen im Eis by Yrsa Sigurdardottir, I recently finished a Jo Nesbo novel and I am not sure what I will read next. I have so many books waiting for me, it is hard to decide!


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