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WWW Wednesday: 16 May 2018

WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Sam at  Taking on a World of Words. Do check out her blog and today’s post! It’s such a good one to look back on!

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All you need to do is answer the following questions:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you will read next?

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What am I currently reading?

Not much seems to be changing at the moment, so I am STILL reading Kingdoms of Faith (Brian A Catlos)and How Not To Be A Boy (Robert Webb). I did listen to a couple of chapters of the latter yesterday, so it’s moving along again (which it had not been for a few weeks). It’s one of those biographies that is fine, and I quite enjoy it when I am listening to it, but I do not necessarily feel the urge to finish it soon. I find Kingdoms of Faith very interesting as it tells a lot about the history of Spain that I knew little about, but I can only read it small chunks. I hope to have read it by the end of the month.

I am also currently reading Lift, by L M Ransom. I would say this a Middle Grade novel. I am enjoying it quite a bit, though it does havebits I am not so keen on, but hey, it’s about carousel ponies coming to life and a mystery that needs solving. What’s not to like!

What did I recently finish reading?

This week I finished Circe (Madeline Miller), which I really loved and a short story called Little Beast (Julie Demers), which I was not so keen on.

What do I think I will read next?

I am not sure which of these I will pick up, but these are my main options:

Clark, Alan Robert - The Prince of Mirrors   Rosenberg La Forge, Jane - The HawkmanSiddoway, Derek Alan - Windsworn   Littlemore, Clare - Break

I am looking forward to all of these – oh, which one to choose first! Luxury problems? 😉 At the moment I am leaning towards Break, as I have been meaning to read that for a while and I know how much I loved the first book. What do you reckon? Which one do you like the look of?

 

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