WWW Wednesday is a weekly book tag hosted by Taking on a World of Words that is all about what we’re currently reading.
Disclaimer: I tend to read a lot of books at once across e-books, physical books, and audiobooks. It helps me battle reading fatigue and slumps because I always have various different formats and genres to choose from to suit my mood. However, I realize reading a bunch of books at once isn’t for everyone so if my first “W” sends you screaming for the hills I totally understand.
Watson on the Orient Express by Anna Elliot and Charles Veley has been a delightful bit of escapism that I sorely needed. It’s a bit silly at times, but what Sherlock story isn’t?
The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin is seriously impressive in its scope, but I’m not really connecting with it yet. I’m nearly at the halfway point and I’m going to keep on reading so hopefully that connection will come sooner rather than later.
I was almost done with Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo– less than an hour left on my audiobook loan- when I had to return it to my library. Arghhhhh! It was at a seriously intense point as well, but I should be getting a copy again within the next couple weeks.
The Portable Dorothy Parker is one I really should be spending more time with because what I’ve read has been awesome, but with everyone at my library powering through audiobooks like there’s no tomorrow, all the holds I’ve had keep becoming available before I’m ready. This marathon listening has been an adventure, let me tell you.
I’m on the last couple of chapters of A Thousand Moons by Sebastian Barry so you should be seeing a review here soon.
I haven’t quite finished anything since my last WWW.
I was sent the first two books of The Galactic Cold War series from one of my favorite publishers, Angry Robot, and I’m excited to get started on them. I love anything and everything military sci-fi so here’s hoping I’ve found my new favorite series!
Which books made it to your WWW this week? Have you read any of mine? Let me know in the comments!