In the last couple weeks of observing I’ve seen a few different memes that I want to start doing. So I think after this week I’m going to move my regular blogging post like the one I posted earlier today to a different day. We’ll see. Everything will figure itself out eventually.
So here we go!
WWW Wednesday is a meme currently hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. It’s very simple – answer the three questions and leave a link in Sam’s post.
The Three Ws are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING
I am currently reading two books. I listen to an audio book while I’m at work, usually a non-fiction history book or a memoir. Currently, I five hours left in Ron Chernow’s Alexander Hamilton.
I plan to write a longer post about this book at some point, and my inability to casually like things. I do highly recommend this book if you are interested in history. It’s one of the best biographies I’ve read/listened to. It’s funny at points and doesn’t pull back to sugar coat things.
I am also reading Ever the Hunted by Erin Summerill
I plan for my Monday book review to be about this book next week. So if you are interested in hearing what I think about this book, check back for that.
WHAT DID YOU RECENTLY FINISH READING
The last book I finished was a book that had been sitting my TBR pile since it was released.
Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. I have no idea why I waited so long to read it. It was just a great story of first love and being an outcast and families. It’s just wonderful. I’m a sucker for a good love story and this is just great.
WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU’LL BE READING NEXT
For the physical book, I think my next endeavor will be going to the A Study in Charolett by Brittany Cavallaro.
I’ve heard so many great things about this book and I’m a big fan of Sherlock Holmes, so I’m hoping for a fun read.
As for my next listening book, I think I’m going to stick in the turn of the 19th century and listen to A Magnificent Catastrophe: The Tumultuous Election of 1800, America’s First Presidential Campaign by Edward J Larson.
After living through a dirty awful Presidential campaign, I have decided to torture myself by listening to the detail of one that was possibly worse. I’m super fascinated by this kind of history and after meeting all the “characters” in the course of the Hamilton biography I’m very interested to hear about details of what I can only call “this nonsense.”
What have you been reading?
Until next time Internet,