WWW Wednesday – January 18, 2017

WWW NewWWW Wednesday is a weekly feature hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. Three questions, three answers. Go!

What are you currently reading?

Um.

Well.

Actually.

*whispers* I’m not currently reading anything.

I know, I know, that’s weird, right? But I actually finished the book I was reading last night and I haven’t even picked out a new one, let alone started it. I used to read several books at a time, but lately it’s so much easier to read just one. My brain can only handle so much these days.

What have you recently finished reading?

Several things! Since last Wednesday’s post, I finished reading The Hobbit (review can be found here). I also read and finished The Plantation by Stella Samiotou-Fitzsimons. It was pretty good. I’m a little on the fence about continuing with the series though. Hard to explain why. The book that I just finished last night was The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton. Yes, I know that book wasn’t listed anywhere on my last WWW post. I ended up reading it because A). it had been sitting on my shelf for a while, and B). I needed it to help complete a Seasonal Reading Challenge task.

What do you think you’ll read next?

Oh boy, not sure at this point, and of course, it might change by next week. I have been reading along with the reviews over at Mark Reads, going back to when he started his own website. I love his reviews and didn’t realize how many books I had missed reading with him. He’s the reason I read The Hobbit this time around. He is taking a break before continuing into The Lord of the Rings by reading Looking for Alaska by John Green, which is a book that I adore. So I might do that. I might go ahead and read the next book after The Plantation if I can track it down; it’s called The Dark Legion. I also still want to read The Handmaid’s Tale, as I said last week, so it’s pretty much a toss up. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Please leave your WWW posts in comments!

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9 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – January 18, 2017

  1. What did you think of The Miniaturist? I thought it was okay, but I wanted the miniaturist to play a bigger role in the book because of the title. I felt it made me want something else from the book and it threw my enjoyment off a bit. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

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