It’s the last WWW Wednesday of 2020! I am not sad to see this year go. We can hope for a better 2021, and only good things to come as we start a new year.

For me, this year brought me many good things on top of the bad. I met a wonderful group of people who share my love of books and all things nerdy. They accept me as I am and make me feel welcome. Of course, they also make me smile and laugh every single day. For this and so much more, I am grateful for 2020.

Now, on to the WWW Wednesday meme.

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme brought to us by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. What do the three W’s stand for? I’m glad you asked. They ask the three What questions of the week:

What book(s) are you currently reading?

What book(s) have you recently finished?

What book(s) are you going to read next?

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I am still slogging through this NetGalley read. I am just not enjoying it that much so it is hard to get through. But, I am at around 80% through so hopefully, next week it will be on the just finished list.

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I am stalled on this one, but I will be picking it up today to read through some more. If you remember, this is the book that the gang from The Write Reads was doing for book group in December. I got far too busy and only read the first section. But, I really want to finish this one so I am going to persevere.

Unfortunately, my Middle Grade Marvel group reads, Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky and Winterling, are sadly not going to be finished. I had to give up on them because I was so busy, but I hope to visit them again sometime. The Tristan Strong series is one I am quite interested in.

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A Sparrow Alone is a book I read as part of a blog tour for The Write Reads Blog Tours. It was an excellent historical fiction that takes place in Colorado in the late 19th century. Hannah’s story touched me deeply. I will be reading the sequel, Muskrat Ramble, soon. You can se my review for this novel here.

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This one is an author requested review. I don’t think I will get through the whole thing this week as it is pretty chonky at 528 pages. It is a science fiction novel and those are not usually my preferred genre, but this one sounds stunning. I’m excited for political intrigue set in space!

That’s it for this week. I can’t wait to hear what the rest of you are reading this week. I hope you all have a safe and joyous new year. See you next week!

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