WWW Wednesday

Posted 28 March, 2018 by Nikki in General / 6 Comments

The three ‘W’s are what are you reading now, what have you recently finished reading, and what are you going to read next, and you can find this week’s post at the host’s blog here if you want to check out other posts.

What are you currently reading?

Cover of A Matter of Oaths by Helen S. WrightUh, I’ve kind of got too many books on the go again: An Accident of Stars (Foz Meadows), A Matter of Oaths (Helen Wright), Evolution in Four Dimensions (Eva Jablonka and Marion Lamb) and also Daphne du Maurier (Margaret Forster). At… least it’s a balance of fiction and non-fiction? I didn’t actually mean to pick up A Matter of Oaths yet; it just sort of happened.

What have you recently finished reading?

Cover of Built on Bodies by Brenna HassetBuilt on Bones, by Brenda Hassett. It’s one of the Bloomsbury Sigma books, so predictably enjoyable and fairly light, while still being informative about a lot of things — in this case, mostly bioarchaeology and what human remains tell us about urban life and how it developed (and whether or not it’s good for us).

What will you be reading next?

Cover of Exiled from Camelot by Cherith BaldryI’m playing Book Bingo, actually, so my next title strategically will probably be my reread of Exiled from Camelot (Cherith Baldry). I haven’t read it since I wrote part of my dissertation on it! If I don’t go for that, it’ll probably be The Genius of Birds (Jennifer Ackerman).

How’s everyone? What’re you reading? I’m behind on comments due to a new client and travel. I’ll be trying to get to all of that today!

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6 Responses to “WWW Wednesday”

  1. Oh you are reading such a lot of books at once which is AWESOME! I do that too haha. I can never pick just once. Right now I’m reading Iron Gold (although kind of on and off it?! I’m finding it tedious) and The Ask and the Answer which I’m really proud of myself for because it’s taken me 4 years since I read book 1 to have enough courage for book 2 hahaha. Also both are audiobooks which is weird for me not to have a physical one on the go!

  2. Oh I got A Matter of Oaths for Christmas this year! Okay the fact that Becky Chambers wrote an introduction MIGHT have helped haha!

    I’m reading Provenance by Ann Leckie after love the Imperial Radch trilogy!

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