WWW Wednesday: July 28, 2020

WWW Wednesday was last hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm and has found a new home with Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. Just answer the three questions below about how your reading is going this week and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at. Don’t forget to check all the other participants. It is the #1 way I keep my TBR overflowing!

The Three Ws are:

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


Wow! ALL nonfiction! I am more than half way through The Poison Squad and nearly finished with The Pen Commandments and still loving them both. And, I am 75% finished with the audiobook version of Code Girls which is equally excellent.


I finished reading The One and Only Bob by Katherine Applegate and Aurora Burning this week. Both were excellent books and I even got my reviews posted! I think it was the review I did for Notes on a Nervous Planet that set me back upright again and I took stock of what was working (and all the things that weren’t) and made some big changes this week. I even managed to write up a compilation of all my favorite Disability Awareness Books for July since this month is Disability Pride Month.


The Silent Patient is a book I read half of for book club and never finished. The library wanted my copy back but I managed to get a physical copy so I wanted to finish it. I also have my eye on A Woman of No Importance and, of course, I am still planning to get around to reading A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and To Kill a Mockingbird.

Tell me, please!

What’s on your WWW?



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    1. I’m at the point in The Silent Patient where I am pretty sure I know what is happening and I want the characters to catch up already. But, maybe I am wrong – that happens a lot with me and thrillers! I can’t wait to see how your week is going!


  1. The premise for Code Girls made me think of the show Bletchley Circle, which I LOVED! I don’t know how authentic it was (I’m sure your book will tell), but I enjoyed it 🙂
    Happy reading!
    Here’s my WWW Wednesday post.


    1. OMG – I just watched Bletchley Circle and it totally is similar. Bletchley was more focused on the individual people but they definitely complimented each other. I was delighted to see Bletchley made a San Francisco version, have you seen it?


  2. Didn’t realize July is Disability Pride Month, but that’s really neat! So glad to see you liked The One and Only Bob and Aurora Burning! I’m so looking forward to both of those. I loved To Kill a Mockingbird when I read it as a teenager. I hope you enjoy it!

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    1. July being Disability Pride Month is one of those little-known facts that is watered down by the 1000 different days we emphasize individual diagnoses but with the ADA turning 30 this year it felt more important to take stock you know? I really need to start on Mockingbird because people have raaaaaaved. Have a great week!


  3. Ohhh, I’m curios about that The one and only Bob! I’m glad you enjoyed it! I really loved The one and only Ivan! I’m still on the fence about Aurora Burning bc I had trouble with the first book! I’ve seen so many people talk about the crazy ending. It has me curious lol.

    Have a wonderful week!!


    1. I had trouble with parts of Aurora Rising but the second book was so much more action packed that I really enjoyed it. The first 1/2 of Aurora Rising was a bit slow… If you give it a try, I’d love to know your thoughts!

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