WWW Wednesdays – May 6, 2020


What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Time for another WWW Wednesdays, which is brought to you by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. If you too want to participate, answer the above questions and post that link on Sam’s page.

It was a pretty light reading week for me. I think I’ll make up for it next week, when I start reading for Bout of Books 28 which begins on the 11th. Are you joining?

Currently Reading

Recently Finished


American Sherlock by Kate Winkler Dawson – audiobook = ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 

I didn’t read much this week, but I made good progress in Anna Karenina and hope to have a lot more read by this time next week.

Reading Next

Hope everyone is doing well! What have y’all been reading? Please feel free to comment on these books and/or post your WWW link below!

Stay safe and healthy and Read On!!!


4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays – May 6, 2020

  1. I’m reading Philip K Dick’s “The Man in the High Castle” and a book about Bob Dylan’s lyrics. The forensics book looks interesting! At the weekend I watched the 2012 Anna Karenina film, but I’ve never read the book – it’s got some great characters but I often struggle with reading Russian literature because the names have so many forms.

    • I actually own The Man in the High Castle but have never read it. I hope to soon. Hope you are enjoying it! American Sherlock was really well done. I did not know that someone was using forensic science before the beginning of CSI departments. I even found the use of forensic science in court of law fascinating, especially jurors reactions to that type of evidence. I definitely recommend this book, though it is slightly nerdy. Anna Karenina has been a slow burn for me. Surprisingly the names haven’t been as bad in this one. I am actually able to remember who is who. I am reading this as a Buddy Read so that is helping me get through it. Have a great week of reading!

  2. I’m finishing the (on line) semester so not reading much. Am trying to come to a stopping place in Larson’s The Splendid and the Vile before having to return it to curb side at the local library. But, the good news is, I will once again be able to request books. Yay, I’ve bought several that turned out to be disappointments.

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