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WWW Wednesday – 18th September ’19

Steady steam ahead…

Welcome to my WWW Wednesday meme post, originally hosted by Taking in a World of Words. All I need to do is answer the three questions below which all start with a W.

The three W’s are
  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll be reading next?

What I’m currently reading?

The Ruthless (The Deathless #2) by Peter Newman – I’m only 10% in and the book hasn’t taken off yet. It’s slow start but it the middle of a trilogy so it’s expected. So far it ok.

Killer Women (Crime Club Anthology #1) by multiple authors including Val McDermind, Tammy Cohen, Louise Miller etc. – Again I wanted some female crime and this short story collection is a great fit. As most anthologies goes some stories are ok some are not. So far I have found one funny one, a few OK one and one boring one.

Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell – It’s a surprisingly easy read. But it’s over 1000 pages so I hope to finish before Christmas… Progress so far: started on 2nd September, 4th Sep on 3% (iBook page 118/4503), 11th September on 5% (iBook page 243/4503), 18th September on 14% (iBook page 614/4503) Well hello Rhett…!

What I just finished?

Sorcery of Thorns by Maragert Rogerson – Review to come this Friday but I enjoyed this book a lot. It was cosy, and sweet, and exiting, and heartwarming, and funny.

What I’m reading next?

I’m continuing Gone With the Wind until the unforeseeable future, but aside from that I have a very long TBR for this month and I will probably pick up either of these two as my next read.

until next time

5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – 18th September ’19

  1. Oh wow I didn’t know gone with the wind was that long! I read norweigan woods earlier this year, and I loved it a lot! Also I need to get to the dragon republic!
    Enjoy your reading!

    (www.evelynreads.com)

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    1. Yes! They stay in your head for a long time. I still think about the books and the library and wonder what happended afterwards with that. Maybe one day we’ll get another book about Elisabeth and Nathaniel 🙂

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