Thanks, as always, goes to Sam @ Taking on a World of Words for hosting the meme that keeps my TBR under some semblance of control and keeping the blog schedule organized.
If you want to participate in WWW, feel free! The more the merrier (and the bigger my TBR becomes). All you have to do is answer the Three W’s:
- What did you recently finish?
- What are you currently reading?
- And, what do you think you’ll read next?
My Big Summer Book, War and Peace is still going well. I past the half way point!
I made slightly more progress on The Once and Future Witches because I downloaded it as an audiobook which doubles the chances of me reading some everyday.
September, for me, means the end of summer and the beginning of fall. I love to start “school” books at this time. With that in mind I have added Mythology, Native American Myths and Legends, and An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States to my stack. I am making steady progress on them all.
The Bodyguard, by Katherine Center, is still in this stack even though the library took it back and I am waiting on hold for its return. I need the ending!
WHAT DID I RECENTLY FINISH?
This is what I have read since my last WWW participation and, honestly, these are all winners. Two wonderful middle grade books, Artemis Fowl The Last Guardian and Keeper of the Lost Cities #4 (Neverseen), were fantastic fantasy books full of action.
I’ve also unlocked a way to search through my local library’s e-books to find romances that are more my style and I have lucked out with variety of sweet stories. Elizabeth Everett’s The Lady’s Formula for Love was so excellent that I am not ready to talk about it yet. Julie Kaplan’s The Little Cafe in Copenhagen was so adorable and made me want to book a trip to Copenhagen as soon as possible. And, Helen Hoang’s newest book, The Heart Principal, was excellent, but made me a little sad as a huge chunk of it was about being a caregiver to her dying father.
WHAT WILL I READ NEXT?
This is some kind of joke. Maybe my brain is trying to tell me that two books the size of bricks don’t need to be read at the same time…
Tell me, please! What’s on your WWW?