Hi friends, I hope you’re all doing well. Welcome back to another WWW Wednesday; I thought this would be a fun way to see a snapshot of what I’m reading!
Welcome to WWW Wednesday! This meme was formerly hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm and revived on Taking on a World of Words. Just answer the three questions below and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at.
WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING?
The Stand: I’m 88% of the way through; I’m still curious about what’s going to happen to Tom Cullen… I’m a little tired of the foreshadowing storytelling now… we’re in the last 12% of the book, just tell the story.
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: I’m 98% of the way through; I already know I’m going to finish this later tonight, but man the last few chapters I’ve read… I’ve gotten misty-eyed reading Margot and Lara-Jean’s story; such raw emotions and I’m loving it all.
Lastly I’m reading When You Were Everything by: Ashley Woodfolk. I want to try and finish this tonight too… but there’s both a hockey and basketball game on tonight… but I am loving this book! The slow moving plot of a friendship coming undone, so gut-wrenching and raw I’m so in.
WHAT DID YOU RECENTLY FINISH READING?
I finished reading How to be an Antiracist by: Ibram X. Kendi. This book was super informative and educational. There were a lot of concepts and ideas to help change readers minds towards racism and how we go about thinking about race; it was really good and is definitely a must read.
WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU’LL READ NEXT?
Oh, you thought my list here would be smaller this week? Ha, think again. I just got back an hour ago from the library to pick up haul number two of books I’ve placed on hold. So on top of the books I had here last week (which I’ve left listed below) I also now have The Golden Tower (Magisterium #5) by: Holly Black & Cassandra Clare, Kopp Sisters on the March (Kopp Sisters #5) by: Amy Stewart, Replica (Replica #1) by: Lauren Oliver and The Secret Commonwealth (The Book of Dust #2) by: Philip Pullman.
Still on my list from last week:
So You Want to Talk About Race by: Ijeoma Oluo and A Blade so Black by: L.L. McKinney, With Fire on High by: Elizabeth Acevedo and The Girl Who Lived Twice by: David Lagercrantz.
AGAIN, I still haven’t given up on Get a Life, Chloe Brown by: Talia Hibbert; I will read this, this month!!!