WWW Wednesday: October 16, 2019

Usually, if I don’t finish anything in a week I feel too embarrassed or disorganized to post a WWW but, the more I socialize with other bloggers, the more I see this is just the cyclical reality of reading and blogging. And, really, nothing is quite as inspiring as seeing what everyone else has been reading this week.

Don’t forget, WWW Wednesday is a meme sponsored by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. To take part, you just have to answer the following questions:

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

What Did I Recently Finish Reading?

Ahhh, now I see why this is buried in the middle instead of being chronological! I have finished nothing this week.

What am I Currently Reading?

See, whenever I go over my four book plan it is just chaos! And, none of these are on my trusty Ken (Kindle) so I’m not getting anything done at night.

The cold I had has become trapped in my ears so I cannot read on the L or the busses without becoming motion sick but I have the audio of Obsidio to keep me going.

I’m in the early stages still of Frankenstein and loving it but I have put it somewhere….safe. (I can’t find it)

I’m also smack dab in the middle of Tunnel of Bones and loving it just as much as the first book in this series.

I am also about 25% of the way into Here be Monsters. This one is a cutie and the basis for the sweet movie, Boxtrolls.

What Will I Read Next?

In addition to my currently reading list, these are the only three books I would like to finish before the end of October for Frighteningly Good Reads.

Tell me, please!

What’s on your WWW?



23 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: October 16, 2019

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  1. I’ve been making my slowly through Schwab’s books but haven’t started with City of Ghosts series yet. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow sounds like the perfect Halloween read

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      1. I completely understand. I actually just decided to tackle reorganizing my bookshelves, so I could find all the books I haven’t read. It is intense. Books are everywhere! Fingers crossed that you find it. 🙂

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  2. Enjoy your reading! I really want to read Tunnel of bones soon!
    I’m about to pick up There will come a darkness, and I’m listening to American royals!


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  3. I’m not a fast reader and I’m also a busy mom with a full time job. I often don’t finish a book before the next WWW, so you’re definitely not the only one! You can always post again and just give an update on the current book you’re reading and/or a variety of books you might read next and why. Happy reading!

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  4. I think a lot of people are really super busy right now. Also just stressed, which doesn’t always lend to a lot of reading, at least in my case. I tend to zone out in front of either social media or YouTube videos when I’m stressed, just because it’s easier for my brain to comprehend than focusing on a book. Hope things settle down a bit and you can find some reading time this week!

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