6.18.2014

WWW WEDNESDAYS #23


It's time for this week's WWW Wednesdays, hosted by Should Be Reading blog (head over and check them out!).

This link up asks three questions
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What do you think you'll be reading next? 
Here are my WWW answers!

What did I recently finish reading?


I've been chipping away at a bunch of books simultaneously, and therefore while I'm about a third of the way through a bunch, I hadn't been finishing many! This week I've finally started to buckle down and focus, and finished up two books. I really enjoyed both of these. Drawing Amanda had a fast-paced story and was beautifully illustrated, while The Opposite of Loneliness was an amazing collection of stories and essays, every one of which completely immersed me (review to follow).

What am I currently reading?


You was a book I received for my birthday and dove right into. So far I'm enjoying it, but like Ready Player One, I'm keenly aware of the fact that I'm missing out on a lot of context, having never been a video game player. Nonetheless, I'm enjoying the overarching plot and interested to find out what the mystery element will lead to! Kissing is a small but delicious book all about - yep, you guessed it - the art of kissing. I've been rationing it out into bite-sized pieces, but plan to wrap it up this week. Forever... I started to test out my Scribd trial and a couple of hours later, I realized I was nearly finished the entire book. I never read Judy Blume growing up (I know, right?) so I've been meaning to catch myself up for a while.

What do I think I'll be reading next?


I'm about to start reading Gone Girl with a friend but I'm also reading a few other books - The Steady Running of the Hour, All the Light We Cannot See.... and probably some others I can't remember!

That's it for my week - what are you guys reading? What did you recently shelve?

1 comment :

  1. Gone Girl is such a good time. I hope you like it! I also really want to get All The Light We Cannot See.

    Also, Scribd trial! I got one of those recently. But then a week later Oyster was released for Android. It's like the same, especially considering they have mostly the same publishers. I just think Oyster is better. You should get a trial for that and add me as a friend!

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