WWW Weds….two days late!

Okay, WWW two days late! Because I’m probably the worst and most extra book blogger the book community has ever seen.

I’m over here like, “Blog a book review, well, I know I should probably do that, like, once a year or so, being a book blogger and all…but you know, maybe instead I could just interview all the people I think are neat!” (More interviews in the works btw! Some apologetics writers coming up 🙂

I guess, basically, I’m just going to keep creating the content that I think is important, and I’ll keep calling it a book blog, even though I barely fit into the category and the book community should excommunicate me.

Okay! Moving on….WWW is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

What Are You Currently Reading?

Still trying to finish this book. I WILL read the entire WOT series! The characters and plot are neat. The pacing is just incredibly slow in parts, so I keep putting the book down to read other stuff.

I’m also reading a couple of arcs that I really need to get my ass in gear and finish reading because reviews are due very soon!

What Did You Recently Finish Reading?

This is a werewolf story that actually ISN’T a romance! And thank God for that. Criminey what is up with all the werewolf romance? How is anybody getting turnt to a dude that might smell like dog. Yech.

But this is just a classic werewolf horror story. It’s written by a writer I really admire. She’s always willing to help other people out with their books and she spams enthusiastic comments like nobody’s business.

Check out Notum here.

What Do You Think You Will Read Next?

This is a classic I haven’t read yet. It’s from the Renaissance period and I have to read it for a course. I’m not sure what to expect from it, because I actually don’t know very much about this play.

That’s it for me!

How did your week go?

Are you reading anything good?

Let me know in the comments! 🙂

2 Comments

  1. I finally finished my Good Omens audiobook this week! The narrator, Martin Jarvis, was fantastic at doing the different accents and voices for various characters. Enjoy Faustus, I love the Renaissance period but can never seem to get into classical literature – there’s too much SFF to read! 😂

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    1. lol I hear you. SFF is just too fun sometimes to dig into the classics.
      I started reading Good Omens a few months ago, but ended up shelving it. I’m not sure if I’ll finish reading it. I’m just not really a big fan of too much humor in fiction.

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