WWW Wednesday: July 10, 2019

Before we begin, I want it to be clear. Any reading that didn’t get accomplished is absolutely and directly the fault of the delightful Levy family. If they had not made season five of Schitt’s Creek available to me, I would have gotten more done. No one, I repeat, no onecan resist The Rose Family. Blame them and their perfect television show.

Anyway, onto WWW Wednesday! Hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words, WWW always helps me keep my massive reading piles organized. Also, hopping around to see what other people are reading ensures that my TBR is never ending. It is my favorite weekly posting of them all!

What Did I Recently Finish Reading?

Each of these was excellent! I reviewed both The Night Gardener and Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow in my recent post Marvelous Middle Grade BooksThe Night Gardener is the perfect level of scary for my wimpy self and Nevermoor was a delightful surprise.

I also read, love, and reviewed Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different by Ben Brooks in my most recent NonFiction Friday. This book is another in the middle grade level. Reading about the different ways diverse boys have found their unique path felt so inspiring.

What am I Currently Reading?

I know that I have more than this on my “currently reading” shelf over at Goodreads, but I have to focus. I am more than half way through Factfulness by Hans Rosling and it is excellent. I am slowly savoring the wonder that is Norse Mythology. And, I am listening to both Yes, Please and Fish in a Tree as audiobooks. I do a lot of running around while I tie up loose ends lately and audiobooks are perfect for this.

What Will I Read Next?

Who knows?!? I really need to clear off the remainder of my “currently reading” list on Goodreads.

Tell me, please!

What’s on your WWW?


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  1. So glad you enjoyed Nevermoor! That quickly became one of my favorite more recent mid-grade books. :3 I haven’t read Norse Mythology yet, but I really need to. I feel like I’m missing out. xD I just grabbed a copy of Yes, Please from a local book sale, so I’m looking forward to reading that one, too! Happy reading.

    Here’s my WWW post.

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  2. Thanks for reminding me about Schitt’s Creek. I started watching the first season last year and loved it and then I don’t know what happened, I guess I got distracted by other stuff. I had no idea it was 5 seasons already! I need to get back to it asap 🙂

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      1. I love shows like that, where you have those instant cheer-up episodes 🙂 I do have Netflix, I just kind of forgot about this show for some reason even though I really loved the couple of episodes I watched. I’m so happy you reminded me!!

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