WWW Wednesday – 17 Apr 2019

Good morning bookworms!

Welcome to this week’s WWW Wednesday! What is this, you ask? Well, it’s a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. All you have to do is answer the three following questions:

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

So, without further ado, let’s get started!

What I recently finished reading…

This week I finished ONE book. But it’s ok. Tomorrow I am flying to the beach for a four day weekend mini-break (we’re actually going for a wedding), and I am going to READ so much!! I’m really excited!!

  • Radio Silence – Alice Oseman (Defence Against the Dark Arts)
What I am currently reading…

It’s O.W.L.s time and also Avengers time!! I am currently reading the following… but it’s taking me a LOOOOONG time to get into it. If it hasn’t picked up by tomorrow I might do some reshuffling of my prompts!

  • Ace of Shades – Amanda Foody (Transfiguration and Iron Man prompts)
What I think I’ll read next…

As I mentioned before, I’m focusing on my O.W.L.s, as I really want to to try and go for Alchemist and also my Avengers Read-a-thon (but less because it goes until 14 May), so that means going for gold (probably unlikely, but we’ll see what happens!). I’m 3 down, 1 in progress, with 8 to go. Next up will likely be:

  • The Wren Hunt – Mary Watson (Herbology)
  • All That Compels the Heart – Erin Bowlen (Charms)

Until next time, happy reading! 😊📚

15 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – 17 Apr 2019

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  1. oooooooh I hope you have tons of fun at the beach (and wedding)!! also 100% agree, vacation time is absolutely prime reading time. yay for books that fulfill multiple prompts, they’re so essential for those of us who enter way too many challenges and readathons 😉

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    1. It’s so true!! Also, I totally threw out my TBR then read 2 graphic novels and am a third of the way through a new book. So I’ve decided it’s not a ‘slump’, my brain just doesn’t want to read anything I told it it should read.

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    1. I may have put it aside for now. I don’t know what’s going on with my brain but it’s just not engaging with fantasy at the moment. Every single fantasy book I’ve picked up in the last 2 months I’ve lost interest in and picked up a contemporary instead. Saga Vol 2 is the only exception, but that’s because I pushed through because it was only 160 page graphic novel. I don’t know why but I’m just not feeling the fantasy love right now.

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      1. 😂😂 I don’t recommend signing up for millions of readathons if you’re a mood reader!! I love the idea of a readathon, I just never quite manage to want to read the prompt books by the time it rolls around!!

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      2. ABSOLUTELY!! I joined a couple of read-a-thons last year, and a couple of book clubs on Goodreads… Both wound up fairly disastrous for getting me to read anything because at the time of reading it I would get too busy, or not be in the mood for whatever had been chosen. Ha ha!
        Reminds me of a certain “Terry Pratchett Read-a-thon”… 😅🤔 I really want to pick that up again! I’m just still learning how to manage my reading time and 60 hr work weeks…

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      3. Hahahahaha, I was wondering what happened to that!! And I agree, I think I was rating the books lower (or just skim reading them) because I was forcing myself to do it… One day it’ll happen again!!

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