Wednesday, June 17, 2020

WWW Wednesdays: 17 June 2020

It's Wednesday and that means it's time for WWW Wednesdays! This meme was originally hosted by MizB over at A Daily Rhythm, and then revived by Sam Stevens of Taking on a World of Words. Just three questions, once a week:

1. What are you currently reading?

First of all — it's sort of hard to believe June is half over already, isn't it? It seemed like May dragged on forever, but this month has just sort of buzzed right along.

I've had a lot of trouble settling into any books lately. I've sampled quite a few — kept putting one aside to start another. I guess the unsettled nature of life in general right now is affecting my reading habits, but I frequently have problems sticking with anything during the summer, for some reason. This week, I'm concentrating on reading one of the books I've received from Library Thing's Early Reviewer program:

The King's Justice, by Susan Elia MacNeal

I've had it for a while now and really need to get it finished and reviewed in a hurry.

2. What did you recently finish reading?

In the last couple of weeks, I've finished these two:

Access Point, by Tom Gabbay

by Rebecca Stead

Enjoyed both of those, and hope to get some reviews up soon. (Yeah, I always hope to do that, don't I?)

3. What do you think you’ll read next?

As usual, I have a few ARCs that I need to get to ASAP. These two are at the top of the pile....

 Or What You Will, by Jo Walton
(Coming out in July, from Tor Books)

 Knot of This World, by Mary Marks
(A Quilting Mystery, from Kensington Publishing, also due in July) 


  1. I have a few ARCs I need to get to as well, but 28 Summers just came out so I moved that one to the top of my list, I'll just have to read my ARCs faster!! :)

  2. Some weeks are better for me than others. After two weeks with four books read in each, I am still on my first one for this week! I am enjoying it, but I am also distracted by other things.

    Enjoy your reading...whatever you settle on. Thanks for visiting my blog.


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