Weekly Posts, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – April 12, 2023

Happy Wednesday! If you’re unfamiliar with WWW Wednesday, it’s a weekly blog meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The three W’s are simple:

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

Current Reads

In a very un-Susan-like fashion, I’m currently reading 3 books.

I’m a little over 100 pages into Malice by John Gwynne. Even though Hunger of the Gods is the book on my 23 books for 2023, I decided to start the completed series by Gwynne instead. I am intrigued although the plot has been slow going so far. I decided to try something new and read a small section each day to not get bogged down by a chunky fantasy. I’m hoping to finish by the end of the month reading about 30 pages a day and so far it’s working.

The one night I was sleepy and started The Martian by Andy Weir. I love this book in every way, one of my all time favorites and my 3rd read in as many years. I’m about a third in and have been picking it up when I need some lighter reading. I’m guessing I’ll finish it this week, I probably would have already if I wasn’t busy with other reads.

Then the main book I’m reading is Docile by KM Szpara. I only have about 100 pages left of this one and will probably stay up late tonight to finish. This dystopian is twisted and has turned my head around so much. I’m loving it.

Recently Finished

I finished Aurora’s End by Amie Kaufman and Kay Kristoff. This series really peaked at the first book. I gave that one 5 stars and then the other two got 4 stars. They were still very enjoyable but they didn’t have that something special that the first one had.

Up Next

This weekend is Peace Talks for Realmathon so hoping to read at least one short book and a graphic novel or two. I totally failed at reading Caliban’s War so I can’t read any more expanse novellas so for books that are short or I think will read fast, I’ve picked out A Door in the Dark by Scott Reintgen, Blade of Secrets by Tricia Levenseller, Pines by Blake Crouch, and The Passengers by John Marrs. We’ll see what I get to.

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