Welcome to a new week of WWW Wednesday, a meme hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. In it, we answer three questions and leave a link in the comments sharing our own posts for other bloggers to view.
The Three Ws are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you just finish reading?
- What will you read next?
What am I currently reading?
Life really happened this week and I wound up stuck at home for a few days. Now, many of you may be thinking, “Hey, that’s great! You should have gotten a lot of reading done.” Well, I was stuck home with my kids, so no… I didn’t. I tried, but I never understood anything I read because I kept getting interrupted with “Mommy… mommy… mommy…” Not conducive to adequate reading comprehension. So, I’m still working on Antkind on audio and Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree in paperback.
What have you just finished reading?
I was able to get a hold of another copy of In the Garden of Spite, and I was able to finish it in less than an hour. I haven’t yet gotten the chance to write my review considering how crazy the week was, so I hope to get to that in the next day or two. This was an incredibly interesting book, and I’ll have a lot to say about it, especially about the author’s unique perspective on a real and infamous historical figure.
What will I read next?
I have so much out from the library at the moment and I really need to get moving on it all. Next I’m going to pick up Radiant: The Dancer, the Scientist, and a Friendship Forged in Light by Liz Heinecke. This book is historical nonfiction and follows a unique friendship between Marie Curie and dancer and choreographer with an interest in science, Loie Fuller. I stumbled across it on the shelf and thought it looked like a fascinating piece of women’s history to which I’m not that well-versed. I hope to finish my other read and start this one tomorrow.
On audio, I really don’t even want to pick anything because AntKind is still probably going to take at least another week. So, that’s it for a short update today! Look for my review of Camilla Bruce’s historical fiction thriller, In the Garden of Spite. Happy Reading!