(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?
Hallelujah! Over the weekend I finished The Letters of John and Abigail Adams. It was a great read, but it got a little tedious about halfway through, so I broke it up with a little fluff: A Hollywood Ending (Robyn Sisman). Certainly not my usual reading fare, but not bad overall.
After finishing up Letters, I’m in the mood for some lighter fare. I’m a couple chapters into Hayburner, by Laura Crum. It’s about a large animal veterinarian in Vera Cruz, California — I think it’s going to turn into a mystery novel, but we’ll see.
Coming up next
I’m behind on reviews (even more so than usual), so I’m going to take my time reading Hayburner, get some reviews written, and maybe pick up Warm Bodies. I’m in no mood for reality right now.
Your turn, guys. What’s are you reading this week?
2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (August 31)”
Currently finishing Murder in Monticello by Rita Mae Brown, a fluffy murder mystery. Just started Outlander, as well as Perks of Being a Wallflower. I like the letter/diary format, as well as the feeling of being invited into someone’s most personal thoughts. Also starting several history texts for school, 2 for U.S.History, pre-Columbus to Civil War and 2 for Art History, Mexico 1810-1950. Interesting semester. 🙂
I think I’ve read one or two of Brown’s books. They’re fluff, but they’re good fluff. 🙂 I’ve never read The Perks of Being a Wallflower, but I like the “diary” books too — let me know how that one turns out.
I loved all my history classes, in high school and college. I always preferred the older stuff, though, like the cave paintings and prehistoric mountain. It’s just so different and seems so far away from anything we experience.