(WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Should Be Reading. Click on the image to join the fun!)
To play along just answer the following three questions:
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What are you currently reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
Over the weekend I finished Catherine Webb’s The Extraordinary and Unusual Adventures of Horatio Lyle. Mysteries, crazy bad guys, science, and explosions. I enjoyed the humor more than the science.
I’m participating in the August 1book140 reading of Marie Phillips’ Gods Behaving Badly. I’m really liking it so far, but I haven’t had a chance to participate in the Twitter chats yet (my air conditioning went out yesterday — really dangerous in the 100+ degree weather my town is experiencing). Hopefully over the weekend I’ll have some time to do so.
Coming up next
I can’t even think about what to read next. I’m behind on reviews, my library card is about to expire (ye gads!), and I have about a gazillion things to do this weekend. Something tells me the only thing I’ll get to read over the next week or so is emails.
2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (August 3)”
I just finished Castle of Otronto. Weird book. 🙂
I’m reading Hayburner by Laura Crum – a mystery starring a female horse veterinarian in California. It’s light and easy to read, just what I like.
I also just started Hollywood Ending by Robyn Sisman. It’s about a Hollywood starlet working on a movie with an obnoxious costar – not sure where the story is going but it’s good reading so far.
I’ve decided I don’t care what books I should have read by now, I’m reading what I like. 😀
I need to get back on the ball regarding the Gothic Reading Challenge — I didn’t read a book for it for July. Fortunately I’m at 6/10, so I’ve got time. 🙂
Sometimes you need a good light mystery, or even a fluffy read. It’s good for the soul.
Good for you! I enjoy the occasional reading challenge, and I try not to read too many similar books in a row (for both myself and my readers), but I pretty much go where the mood takes me. That’s the joy of reading.