WWW Wednesday: October 30, 2019

Well, another week, another lull in posting. But….this week I have been reading my little heart out! Thanks as always to Sam at Taking on a World of Words for hosting the meme that keeps me organized and brings me back time and time again!


What Did I Recently Finish Reading?

Whew!! Thanks to my Dewey’s 24-hour-Readathon I set aside a huge chunk of time this weekend to read. I finished Obsidio (amazing – a thousand stars for the whole trilogy), Here Be Monsters (loved loved loved this weird middle grade book!), Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (which I really enjoyed…far more than I thought I would) and Frankenstein (I have a lot of thoughts on this book).

I may have been another week without posting, but I finally feel like I am back in the swing of things on reading and it feels so very very good.


What am I Currently Reading?

Not only did I finish four books last week, I am nearly finished with two more and progress is being made on The Art and Science of Hand Reading. I hope all of you will forgive me this blatant bragging but I have been in a reading slump a bit here and there (and there again) and this is the first time in a while I feel like I am reading at my normal level. It is like running into an old friend – so comforting. I want this feeling for everyone.


What Will I Read Next?

If I can finish all of my currently reading books I will finished with my Frightening Good Reads list. That means I can actually (without guilt!) turn to my NonFiction November Reads. I am so excited about all of the wonderful NonFiction books I have lined up for the next month!


Tell me, please!

What is on your WWW?


 

11 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: October 30, 2019

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  1. Yay for being out of the reading slump!
    I’m interested to hear your thoughts on Frankenstein. A friend did a live reading from it at a Halloween party this week and made me think I should pick up the whole book.

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  2. *glomps* I’M SO GLAD YOU LOVED THE TRILOGY! *puts on deerstalker cap* My job here is complete. *flares cape on her way out the door*

    It seems like you did really well with Frightening Good Reads (and I’m glad you’re pulling out of your slump). I did … okay. Much better than I thought! I’m looking forward to actually wrapping it up and seeing for sure how I did, though. xD

    Here’s my WWW post.

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