WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Click the image to be taken to MizB’s WWW post for today. To play along, answer the following three questions.
• What are you currently reading?
I’m currently reading 4ish different books. Two of them were mentioned in last week’s WWW. I say 4ish because one of them, F nish Th s B k by Keri Smith, isn’t your traditional read. It’s definitely a leisure activity, just working on it as I feel like. Where I am right now is not really a story, just some “training” (different activities to “prepare” me for more of the story, I guess). We’re not supposed to skip ahead to see what’s next, so I haven’t.
I’ve slowed down with The Count of Monte Cristo by Dumas, because I wasn’t in the mood to read it over the weekend and decided to start another book. I’ve reached the point where Dantes has been arrested, so not very far into it at all.
When I wasn’t feeling The Count, I started The Twelfth Enchantment by David Liss. I had heard good things about it, bought it on my Kindle months ago, and I’m using it to fulfill a couple of challenges, so I figured I could start on it. I’ve only read a few pages into it because I obtained the fourth book that I started reading…
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. I’ve had it on my TBE list for a few months now and during the Dewey Read-a-Thon a few blogger friends were talking about it and I just couldn’t wait to read it. I finally bought it on Saturday and have been reading nothing else when I’ve had the chance to read. I’m only about 100 pages into it, but I’m completely sucked into it and it’s really good so far. The attention to detail is great!
• What did you recently finish reading?
So because I just keep starting books and not finishing them, the last book I read was still The Beach Street Knitting Society and Yarn Club by Gil McNeil. And I still haven’t written a review on it…I’ll get there, I promise! It was a pretty decent light and quick read.
• What do you think you’ll read next?
Well, I should probably work on finishing these books (with the exception of Smith’s book) before choosing another one! But who knows?