WWW Wednesday

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday post! WWW Wednesday is hosted over at Taking on a World of Words and just involves answering the 3 Ws!

What are you currently reading?

  • The Kitchen by Ollie Masters
    • This really feels more like a collection of plot points than an actual story, but it’s a graphic novel so at least it’s quick.
    • reading challenge: a book becoming a movie in 2019 (popsugar)
  • Roommates by M.E. Parker
    • I can’t really say that I’m enjoying this one, but at least it’s almost done.
    • reading challenge: firestation (romanceopoly)

What did you recently finish reading?

  • Bad Blood by John Carreyrou
    • This was so good! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.
  • To Be Taught, If Fortunate by Becky Chambers
    • This probably wasn’t the best choice for my first Becky Chambers book. I wish I would have started with one of her novels.
  • The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson
    • Once again, SDH gets me to accept, without a second thought, a completely outlandish premise in a YA contemporary.
  • Seriously… I’m Kidding by Ellen DeGeneres
    • I’d expected a memoir and this was more like a collection of funny thoughts, but it was still a lot of fun!
  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews
    • Given how much hype I’d seen about this book, I expected more than a racist, biphobic celebration of the manic pixie dream girl.
  • Snug by Catana Chetwynd
    • I love Catana’s comics and I loved this collection!
  • I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith
    • I didn’t expect to enjoy a classic so much, but this was a lot of fun.
  • Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin
    • I’ve had this one on my TBR for a very long time and was very relieved to love it.
  • A Warning by Anonymous
    • I wasn’t going to read this one this week, but then it was automatically checked out to me and within about an hour, five more people put a hold on it. It was incredible.

What do you think you’ll read next?

  • Southern Lady Code by Helen Ellis
    • Since I recently moved to the south, I figured I should learn how to behave.
  • Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen
    • I’m just praying that this will be good.
    • reading challenge: uptown (romanceopoly)

Have you read any of these books? Are any of them on your TBR? Did you do your own WWW Wednesday post today? Let’s talk in the comments!

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9 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

  1. Kathryn Speckels says:

    Haha as someone who lived in the south for the better part of four years (went to college in Nashville), the single biggest piece of advice I can give you is that “bless your heart” is not a compliment; it is an insult, basically the equivalent of “you are such a dumbass,” and said with a condescending smile to make sure your point gets across even though the words don’t sound rude. Weaponize it as you see fit 😂😂😂

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      • Kathryn Speckels says:

        Totally agree, it’s way different. I’m from the suburbs of Chicago, and I will say that in general, people in the south were nicer and more polite. They just ALSO have their insults sugar-coated so you don’t always realize them when they happen 😂

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      • Sara @ The Bibliophagist says:

        Yes, definitely! I’m originally from Wisconsin and people are definitely nice there (not so much in New Jersey), but I feel like I lived in the south for like two minutes before people were offering to help me with things. I was having some trouble with my U-Haul on the way here and some random man just moved it for me. It’s a different world down here but it’s so nice! But yes, definitely still getting used to the “if you don’t have something nice to say, say something mean in a nice way” attitude!

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