WWW Wednesday #36 📚

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.


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P.S. I Still Love You (Volume 2): Han, Jenny: 9781442426733: Books ...
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The Book of Dust: The Secret Commonwealth Book of Dust, Volume 2 ...
On page 581




The Stand: I’m 98% of the way through; GUYS! I. AM. ALMOST. FINISHED! Next week, this book will be in my read section! 😱 As much as I’ve said I can’t wait to be finished this, I’m starting to feel sad that it’ll be over; 39 weeks is a long time. Anyways, this week, I didn’t learn much just that Tom and Stu survived; I’m hoping to find out more about the super flu and how it ends.
P.S I Still Love You: I’m 98% of the way through; I’m 100% sure I will be finishing this tonight… man the whole Lara Jean, Peter, John love triangle that brews in this book is cute and I have NO idea who I want her to choose (if she does decide to). I also love Kitty’s side project of trying to hook up their dad with their neighbour! This has been a joy to read.
Lastly I’m reading The Secret Commonwealth by: Philip Pullman. This is a brick of a novel, but I’m near the end… if I’m lucky I’ll finish this tonight. I liked the first novel better than this one, but I’ve still enjoyed this. It’s been a long (and maybe didn’t need to be as long) novel, but I’m interested to see how this ends. Pullman has made this intriguing.


Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race: Eddo-Lodge ...







I finished Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by: Reni Eddo-Lodge. I liked this book, I enjoyed reading it, I enjoyed the insight it provided but I’m having the hardest time writing a review for it. I feel like everything I write feels isn’t doing the book justice, you know?


Again, this week I’m down one book with no new additions. Look at me cutting down my TBR!

So You Want to Talk About Race by: Ijeoma Oluo
A Blade so Black by: L.L. McKinney
Get a Life, Chloe Brown by: Talia Hibbert
One Dark Throne by: Kendra Blake

A Blade So Black: Amazon.ca: McKinney, L.L.: Books
Get a Life, Chloe Brown: A Novel (The Brown Sisters Book 1) eBook ...
So You Want to Talk About Race: Oluo, Ijeoma: 9781580058827: Books ...


One Dark Throne: Amazon.ca: Blake, Kendare: Books






What are you all reading?

5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #36 📚

  1. Definitely do please write a review for both the books about race! I’m really interested in reading them but I dont know if they’re too American based, or fine as a starting point for New Zealand too?

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    1. I wrote my review to Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, it took me forever, but I did it!
      I haven’t read So You Want to Talk About Race yet, but I think it’s US based. The one I did read was UK based so maybe start with that one? I honestly don’t have the best advice for it, but I think if you’re open to read any book about race is a step in the right direction. ☺️

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