WWW Wednesday 7-09-2014

WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading.

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

• What are you currently reading?

equal ritesSeveral things, actually. Some for research for The Dead Shall Live, Volume Two of The Fury Triad. Some just for pleasure, but always with a British accent/voice.

Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl, Sugar in the Blood: A Family’s Story of Slavery and Empire, The Anatomy of Story, for research and such. Mary Balogh’s A Christmas Bride/Christmas Beau, Terry Pratchett’s Equal Rites (which I somehow ended up buying on sale for Kindle and also the audiobook, which gives me choices on how to read/listen), and Carolyn Jewel’s Indiscreet for pleasure. 

As usual I wonder if I’m providing spoilers when I reveal what I’m reading for research. As usual, I decide if you figure it out, you deserve to know. Not that I’d confirm, mind you!

 

 

• What did you recently finish reading?

silkwormThe Silkworm, and it was a fabulous read. Just as I suspected it would be. Now I simply have to wait for the next to be written, sigh.

As I said on goodreads: Jo Rowling has knocked another one out of the park. Excellent plot and characterization. Points off for unnecessary use of author intrusion on a few points, but still, excellent book.

 

• What do you think you’ll read next?

Hopefully I’ll finish some of the ones I’ve started and mention them here, maybe, on goodreads for sure. Beyond that? I have no idea!

 

What about you? What have you been reading lately? Put the link to your WWW Wednesday entry in comments, or just tell us!

 

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5 Comments

  1. Elisa
    Jul 9, 2014

    Wow! Your reading list looks a lot like mine lately. I have one book here, and one for this and one on my kindle and about 50 I started to read to see if I had any interest yet. I really really want to reduce the crazy amount of books in my office and will soon be doing another purge, but I would love to be able to read them first. Wishful thinking, but still.

    • pooks
      Jul 9, 2014

      If you really want to read them, don’t purge them. I had finally realized I would never read them. They were a hoard against a ‘someday I may need something to read’ when I’d truly already rejected them.

  2. Chrissi Reads
    Jul 9, 2014

    I really do need to get to The Cuckoo’s Calling so I can read the next book. I’m glad that you enjoyed it so much!

    • pooks
      Jul 9, 2014

      They have a great feel for contemporary London, fascinating characters and unexpected plot twists.

  3. denise
    Jul 13, 2014

    I finished A Long Time Gone and Goodnight June, bunch of ARCS, still reading TCP (my kindle fire only has 5 hours before it need s a charge, so I never seem to have enough time to really sink my teeth into TCP after doing my ARCs and betas–I need to get a hard copy)

    Always ARCs on my TBR, plus the usual

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