Today is a WWW Wednesday. A weekly meme originally started by Miz B but now hosted by Taking on a World of Words.
Feel free to join in the fun and let the world know what you are reading.
The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
What am I currently reading?
In print I am reading, A Little Class on Murder by Carolyn G. Hart, book 5 in the Death on Demand series. These mysteries are well plotted, full of complex characters. Unlike most cozy’s, these need my complete attention or I lose track of the web Hart has woven.
I am also listening to Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. I have the print version as well to follow along. Peter Pan is one of my favorite Disney movies but I’ve never finished reading it. I’ve started it several times but never make it very far. Listening to it is easier, much like when I was a child and my mother would read to me. This edition is read by Tim Curry. It’s awesome.
What did I just finish reading?
Once, Hope Payne was a mermaid, performing at the local theme park and captivating audiences young and old.
Today, she’s married to a pragmatic marine biologist who has filled the pool in their backyard with flounder for a special study. Before he begins, the fish vanish—echoing a loss Hope alone can understand. She senses there’s something underwater, something alive and hungry for more, but is she in too deep to ever resurface?
On my kindle I just finished, Mermaid by Jodi Picoult. I purchased this edition only because it was a Kindle in motion and some of the pictures/images move. That was cool. The story not so much. It had a strong start, good story and interesting characters. The ending was rushed and seemed to just stop. I was left wondering what happened. Terribly disappointing.
I think I will read, Come Bitter Poison by Monica Knightley, book 2 in the Stratford Upon Avondale series. I’ve read book 1 and 3, somehow skipping book2. These are light hearted easy reads. I may listened to Alice in Wonderland, another classic I’ve never read. But I’m not sure.
What are you reading?