Bookworm Blogging, Weekly Wrap-Ups

Weekly Wrap – 22 Jun – 28 Jun

Hi all, I’ve decided to start doing a weekly wrap-up just for fun! I intend to use the WWW Wednesday format but will be doing these on Monday as a Monday-Sunday week makes the most sense to me.

Currently Reading

Nightmares & Dreamscapes; I started re-reading this about a month ago but have set it aside for the moment. I’m keeping it on my CR just so I remember to pick it back up again!

Supper Club; Okay, I have technically not started this yet, but will be starting it today.

Recently Finished

How to Be an Antiracist; This was a good read for learning more about racism as well as Kendi’s ideas for how to be an antiracist. 3.5 stars.

The City in the Middle of the Night; This was another part of the buddy read of Hugo nominees that Hadeer set up with a few other people on Twitter. I didn’t get along as well with this one, but I still liked it. 3 stars.

Up Next

This depends pretty strongly on the holds that come in next from my library, so we’ll see! But the following seem likely:

Lolita; My hold for this just came in; I was inspired to read it after My Dark Vanessa.

Beach Read; I got an ARC of this from Netgalley last week and decided to pick it up next since it’s already out.

Let me know how your weeks went, hopefully well!

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap – 22 Jun – 28 Jun”

  1. Ooh, good luck with Lolita! That’s a difficult read for sure, though I don’t remember feeling nearly as bothered by it at the time as I was by MDV this month. Beach Read would probably make a nice counterbalance!

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    1. i feel like my knowledge that MDV was based off the author’s experiences really made it more hard-hitting! Lolita will probably be easier in comparison but i’m interested in seeing the connections since it was referenced so much.

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