WWW Wednesday is simple, just answer 3 questions about reading:
What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?
You can post a link to your blog on Taking On A World of Word’s blog post for the week so other readers can see what you’re working on, and check out your blog!
Since I’m not crushing tons of books at break neck speed due to school starting, I’ll only be posting WWW Wednesday every other week. Without further ado, lets get started.
What are you currently reading?
The plan was to stick to my Autumn TBR, starting with spooky/Halloween themed reads. I almost immediately got side tracked with Dune. Oh well… But you can find my Autumn TBR post here.
Ghost Story by Jim Butcher – This has been on my running TBR since 2021 and I decided that I have got to read it by the end of this year. I love the Dresden Files books, so I don’t really know why it’s taken me this long to pick it up. I’m about half way through and so far it’s been pretty excellent.
The Clackity by Lora Senf – This is a new middle grade author for me. I cannot remember where I saw this book first, probably Alexandra Roslyn but I just can’t really say for sure. I’m about 1/4 of the way through so far and it’s pretty good! It pulled me in right from the start with the setting of the story taking place in a town that is not only haunted, but all the townsfolk embrace the ghosts and spirits themselves. Great premise!
Dune by Frank Herbert – This book is NOT on my Autumnal TBR but it has been on my running one for quite some time. I can’t really explain why I haven’t read it yet, other than it’s a large book. I rewatched Dune the other day and just felt this need to learn more about Paul, Atreides, Arrakis, and what the future holds for them. I don’t know much about the story outside of the movie, except for little spoilers I’ve come across here and there so I’m excited to see where this one ends up. I’ve only just started it, I think I’m sitting at about 7% but already it’s drawn me in, Frank Herbert was an excellent storyteller. I’ll read this on and off through the end of October so I can work on getting my Autumn TBR finished first.
I might pick up One Punch Man vol 19 but don’t usually do reviews on manga (outside Goodreads) as they are more of a junk food addiction for me vs literary meals.