WWW Wednesday: December 1, 2021

Thanks, as always, to Sam @ Taking on a World of Words for this meme that keeps me focused on my current piles instead of looking at the 500 things I have on my Goodreads TBR.

If you want to join in the fun, 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 admire. Don’t forgt to check all the other participants. It is the #1 way I keep my TBR overflowing!


NonFiction November might have wrapped up yesterday but I discovered SO many amazing books. I am listening to The Day the World Came to Town and reading Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes. Both are excellent!

I am into the thick of my middle grade reading for the Cybil Awards round one. The Many Meanings of Meilan is one that I cannot put down. I just, sigh. I need to keep checking in with this character and her family as they rediscover their future together.


I finished Mustache Shenanigans by Jay Chandrasekhar which I, sadly, did not enjoy as much as I do Broken Lizard’s comedy. Perhaps the magic of the group just doesn’t work on paper? Could have been my mood.

Insomnia had me up for so long this week that I downloaded and read Managed. If authors only knew how profoundly I rely on them in the middle of the night. Thank you Kristen Callihan for this fantastic romance!

I also read Frost Blood by Elly Blake which is my first YA in quite a while.

I did sit down this weekend and read about 10 middle grade books to the point that I knew they would not be on my short list for Cybil. It was a lot of pages but I don’t count those books as read so I won’t list them here.

I haven’t decided yet! It will certainly include Middle Grade and, probably, some Christmas Books!

Tell me, please! What’s on your WWW?

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: December 1, 2021

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  1. Some varied reads there! On Wednesday I started Tristan Gooley’s “How to Read Water”, which is about all the different forms of water, their clues and patterns, and Janet Pywell’s “Someone Else’s Dream” which was from NetGalley, a sweet novel about a woman who ends up running the cafe that was her ex-girlfriend’s dream and finding her place in the community.


      1. It’s pretty slow going, to be completely honest. It IS good and there’s lots of info in there, but it’s packed with info and a bit tiring, I have to do a chapter at a time then put it aside. Which is fine, obviously.


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