Welcome to another week of WWW Wednesday, a weekly meme where bloggers share their weekly progress and plans for their future reading adventures. This meme is hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. Sam has been taking a brief hiatus from her postings as a new mama adjusting, so swing by her page and tell her congrats!
The Three Ws are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What have you just finished reading?
- What will you read next?
What am I currently reading?
I’m currently reading the last book (that’s already published) in the Liane Moriarty library. I’ve loved all her other books, and so far I’m really enjoying Nine Perfect Strangers as well. I should finish it by this Friday, more than likely. On audio, I’m getting to revisit Lakshmi and crew from Alka Joshi’s The Henna Artist with the sequel, The Secret Keeper of Jaipur. I hadn’t realized how much I missed these characters, and I’m really enjoying this followup book.
What have I just finished reading?
This week I posted reviews for The Nature of Witches by Rachel Griffin and Peaces by Helen Oyeyemi. I was pleasantly surprised, though a little confused, by Peaces. But Nature of Witches left me very underwhelmed and disappointed. You can click on their titles to read my reviews.
What will I read next?
Next, I’m going to pick up a book I got from the library called The Comfort of Monsters by Willa C. Richards. I’m not really sure what I’ll pick up on audio, but I’m considering going ahead and doing A Promised Land by Barack Obama on Audible. I’ve been on hold for it for a really long time through the library, and I want to use it as my Nonfiction bestseller for my reading challenge. If I’m still really far down on the list, I’ll use a credit for it.
There you have it for this week! What have you been reading? And what’s next for you? Feel free to share your posts. Until next time, happy reading!
I hope the secret keeper of Jaipur lives up to ur expectations!
Me too! So far it’s very much reminiscent of the first, in a good way.
I feel like I’ve seen a lot of disappointment around the nature of witches ): which is unfortunate since it looked intriguing
I’ve seen a pretty good mix of reactions, which I really don’t understand. But I guess other readers have been able to see something I just couldn’t see. It is a really great concept. I just didn’t like the execution.
I can’t wait to read The Henna Artist and The Secret Keeper of Jaipur. Alka Joshi is really nice on social media and her novels’ blurbs are really interesting.
I will have to look her up! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you like the novels. They are very worth the read!