WWW Wednesday #2

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?



23272028I am still chugging away at A Study Charlotte, I expect that I will be wrapping it up over the weekend. I truly love this, I can’t wait to write my review on it on Monday.

It’s completely different than what I was expecting, and I’m excited to find out what happens.
I am currently listening to Felica Day’s You’re N23705512ever Weird on the Internet (Almost).  I’m pretty excited for this listen. I’ve heard some pretty good things about it.

I haven’t actually started to listen to it, as I finished listening to The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher while I was writing this.






Okay so since last Wednesday I’ve listened to several books. I finished the Hamilton Biography, which I will be creating a larger post about tomorrow. I also finished listening to what I called the follow-up to a part of the story that I wanted to know more about the election of 1800, The Magnificent Catastrophe two thumbs up from history nerd Deanna.

After those, I listened to three very quick listens by Carrie Fisher. With my hour long commute and my long work day, I was able to listen to these books in basically one sitting.

These are her memoirs, which I’ve had in my audible queue since before I bought the Hamilton biography in October. I didn’t think I’d be reading them after she died, but that’s what has happened. I plan to write a long post about these books and the woman who penned them for my Thursday post next week.




My next physical book will be Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver. I bought this book they day it came out, and I for a reason I can never explain, haven’t read it yet considering how much I love Lauren Oliver’s writing.




I am debating on the audio book that will be next, either a George Washington biography or Jane Eyre. I’m leaning toward Jane Eyre at the moment. It will be a nice change up to the biographies and memoirs.

My TBR pile is obnoxious. I’m sure many people who have book blogs also have a TBR pile that is completely ridiculous. As I usually do after reading several books, I’m going to post a picture of my TBR pile on my social media platforms when I finish reading Charlotte. I may add it to a post here if I can find a place for it.  I started this blog as a way to force me to read more. It’s helping, and I’m dusting off books I should have read 2 years ago, and just let me say that it’s actually added about 15 books to my physical TBR pile.



Until next time internet,


6 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #2

    1. With non-fiction, I really like sticking with Autobooks. They are the kind of thing that need to be read to me. lol I saw that Before I Fall is going to be a movie soon (!??!?!) I’m pretty thrilled. I hope whoever is doing it does it justice.

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  1. I hope you liked Fisher’s memoirs. I didn’t know about her struggles with substance until after she died. It’s probably because of the timing of when I grew up, haha. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

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  2. I really enjoyed A Study in Charlotte and I think this month the sequel gets published!! 🙂 🙂 I only hope the author concentrates on the plot and leaves their relationship plathonic pleaseee!!!hehehe
    I read Vanishing Girl this last year and I am sad to say I was a bit disappointed, it wasn’t what I hoped it would be although it did have some twists I didn’t see coming. It was my first Oliver book and now I plan on reading Before I Fall before watching the movie…

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