WWW Wednesday

Posted April 22, 2020 by Nicky in General / 4 Comments

It’s that time again! How is it Wednesday already? Check out Taking On A World Of Words to chat with everyone else who has posted what they’re reading right now!

Cover of Digging Up Armageddon by Eric H. ClineWhat are you currently reading?

Fiction: I’m rereading the Narnia books. They’re just such a warm childhood thing, I couldn’t resist. I’m onto Prince Caspian at the moment, and a little annoyed I don’t think I can finish it up before bed. Then it’s The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, which in memory is my absolute favourite forever. I wonder if it still holds up! I’m also still reading Laura Lam’s Goldilocks, and currently going “yessss science” about Naomi figuring out what’s up with her algae.

Non-fiction: I’m still reading Digging up Armageddon. It’s still doing waaaay too much gossiping about the archaeologists, and not talking enough about the archaeology, which is sad.

Cover of Love Around The Corner by Sally MalcolmWhat have you recently finished reading?

Other than the Narnia books before this in the series, I read Love Around the Corner by Sally Malcolm. Cute, though the misunderstanding stuff is normally a turn-off for me. Another book in the series is actually also on Kindle Unlimited, so I might give that a whirl!

Cover of The Books of Earthsea by Ursula Le Guin and Charles VessWhat will you be reading next?

Once I’ve finished rereading the Narnia books, I’m pretty much planning on plunging into a reread of the Earthsea books, in the lovely collected and illustrated version. Other than that, it’s anybody’s guess as always. I feel like I should be reading books that people have gifted me… but I’m trying very hard to ignore feeling like I “should” read this, that, or any other thing. I think most people who’ve gifted me books understand that I’m also getting happiness from having them in my TBR waiting for me!

What’re you currently reading?

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4 responses to “WWW Wednesday

    • Ha, I was always very strict about reading series in order as a kid… mind you, I am now, too! My favourite bit is probably Coriakin’s book. Just imagining all the weird spells in there… and the description makes the smell sound delicious!

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