WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam over on Taking on a World of Words. Every week, you dedicate a post to the three W’s: What are you currently reading? What have you just finished reading? What are you going to read next?
I’m sorry I’ve been so lax on updating. It’s been ridiculously snowy here on the East coast, so I’ve been more than happy to stay indoors and read. I’ve also starting working on some miniatures to unwind after work. But mostly, I’ve been busy doing 60-70 hour weeks between work and school, which is not leaving a ton of time for blogging. But I’d love to hear from you guys! What are you reading? How are you doing? What’s the weather like in your neck of the woods?
What I’m Currently Reading:
I just started reading Rose Szabo’s What Big Teeth. I’ll admit, I’m mostly reading it for that gorgeous cover, but I’m enjoying it so far.
What I’ve Just Finished Reading:
I didn’t read these all last week, but since it’s been so long since I’ve updated my blog, I figured I’d post the last few books I’ve read. I really enjoyed The Aosawa Murders by Riku Onda. She’s a popular writer in Japan, but I believe this is the first book that’s been translated to English. It was really haunting and beautiful and maybe a little too smart for me. I also read The Caretakers by Eliza Maxwell. I’ve never read anything by this author before, but I really enjoyed this book and would pick up another by her. And of course, I had to read Across the Green Grass Fields by Seanan McGuire. I’ll admit this book didn’t have much in the way of plot, but I love Seanan’s world-building and diverse cast of characters and I’ll read pretty much anything by her.
What I’m Going to Read Next:
I’m looking forward to reading Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell, because you know…space gays.
What are you reading or planning on reading? Have you ready any of these books? Leave me a comment and…
Until next time,
4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday”
I’ve been seeing What Big Teeth everywhere lately! I’m excited to hear your thoughts on it.
Finished Dr Sanjay Gupta’’s Healthy Brain, pretty much common sense, but tooo long
I am reading The Three Daughters of Thomas Jefferson. Sad that daughters are only good for domestic lives in his view. Having 3 shining, smart daughters myself, history can be disappointing
Nice work Leigh!
I am sorry you have been so zapped by the wintery weather and I hope it gets warmer for you soon – it’s so exhausting, particularly when you are pulling such long weeks:(. I loved Winter’s Orbit, so I hope you find it an enjoyable, escapist read!
I kinda want to read What Big Teeth just for the cover alone–it’s really well done.
I’m having a rocky start with Becoming at the moment, but I’m liking what I’m reading so far. Hopefully I find my footing.