WWW Wednesday 35

Hello! WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On a World of Words, and how it works is each week I answer three questions about my the books I’ve read, finished reading and want to read next:

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

What are you currently reading?

Well, now I’m only reading five books! That’s better than seven, but still a lot. The books are One False Note, by Gordon Korman, Becoming, by Michelle Obama, Anne of Green Gables, by L. M. Montgomery, My Plain Jane, by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows and Verte, by Marie Desplechin.

I’m enjoying My Plain Jane, but not as much as the book that comes before it. It’s not a continuation of the previous story, but is about a completely different Jane. It’s a retelling of Jane Eyre, but I’ve never actually read the original novel. It’s a funny enough story, and I do like that they’re using the same hilarious writing style with the sarcastic comments.

I’ve read some more of Becoming, and it’s really interesting and really inspiring. I love that the audiobook is narrated by the author herself. I listened to a good chunk of it yesterday while I sewed my pointe shoes, and that was nice.

What did you recently finish reading?

I recently finished Hattie Big Sky, by Kirby Larson, Aurora and the Thief, by Becky Bird and Little & Lion, by Brandy Colbert.

Little and Lion is one of my favorite books that I’ve read this year; It is so amazing, and my review is coming (hopefully) soon. I finished reading Aurora and the Thief to my sister, and finished Hattie Big Sky last night.

If you want to see all the books I’ve read so far this year, check out my Goodreads, where I (mostly) keep up with all the books I read. So, if you want to see how much I’ve read and what I’ve read, look there.

What do you think you’ll read next?

Next I’m planning on reading The Woman’s Hour, by Elaine Weiss, A Night Divided, by Jennifer A. Nielsen, The Gilded Wolves, by Roshani Chokshi, The Silvered Serpents, by Roshani Chokshi and Impersonation, by Heidi Pitlor.

I’m going to reread The Gilded Wolves in preparation for reading The Silvered Serpents, and I’m so excited for both of them! Impersonation seems really interesting, and the other two books are for the failed readathon readathon. I don’t know if I’ll get through all of them, but I’ll try!

Have you read any of the books I mentioned? What are you currently reading? Chat with me in the comments below!

15 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday 35

  1. How are you only reading SO many books all at once 😯 I admire you so much ahah.
    I’m so happy you enjoyed Little and Lion, I’m off to read your review right after that, I can’t wait. And ahh excited for you to read the Silvered Serpents, I was NOT OKAY after finishing this book ahhhh. I hope you’ll love it 😀
    Happy reading! ❤

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  2. OOOH the 39 Clues. That series was my CHILDHOOD what do you think of it?? and I have to say you should definitely read Jane Eyre! it’s a very good book (though it wasn’t really funny). I’ve heard so many good things about Becoming (and i’ve had it on my kindle for a while… whoops) so I’m glad you’re enjoying it. Little and Lion seems really good; just skimming the summary, it seems like the type of book that incorporates a lot of different types of representation. Liked this post a lot!

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    1. I’m rereading The 39 clues, and I love the books so much!!
      I think that I might try Jane Eyre sometime; I’m more interested in it especially after finishing My Plain Jane.
      Little and Lion is so incredible, and I’m loving Becoming, so I defintely recommend both books. I’m so glad, and thanks for your comment! 🙂


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