WWW Wednesday #45

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Samanneelizabeth, it’s all about, what we are: Currently, Just Finished and About to Read

We are getting tired of saying just how busy we are and even though it’s reading week (a week off of classes). We have a lot of catching up to do for lectures and required readings for our classes. One class down, two more to go. Well, when Carmen finishes her exam on Thursday and Sash will be finished after her research essay which is due on Thursday; good luck to them both!

Now on to this week’s WWW-Wednesday, let’s see what they’ve been up to!

Currently Reading


I am still reading Slaughterhouse-five and have even added Virginia Woolf’s Orlando into the mix. As you can tell, I’m clearly behind on my required readings.

The jury is still out about Slaughterhouse-five, I think I will like it better than Cats Cradle though. Orlando is a very compelling examination of gender and gender norms. I’m haven’t made a sizeable dent because I had to focus on my essay for my Travel Writing class.


I’m still reading The Chase by Elle Kennedy, it’s slow going but it’s a very easy book to pick up and put down again.

However, I’ve found a GEM this week! I’m reading and will continue to be reading the Manhwa series Are U Here by Djun, it’s a boys love (BL) comic. I was so pleasantly surprised by not only the depth of the main characters (MC) but the side characters as well. I am invested and I HATE that I have to wait a whole week for another Chapter (I’m currently on 27).

The Bride Test …. Bite me! Helen Hoang you are great just struggling through no fault of your own. It’s just life

Recently Read


The interesting Narrative cover

My only recently read book is Equiano my required reading for Travel Writing because I’ve worked on that damned essay.

I liked this reading so much that I actually wrote a paper on it which I will maybe post in the future. It has opened a whole new of interest for me and I look forward to reading abolitionist narratives in the future.


I finished Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography and man was it a doozy! Woolf published Orlando in 1928 and the reader follows Orlando over a span of 500 years.

Like Carmen says it really challenges gender norms which in itself is shocking for the time period.

Reading Next?

Carmen & Sash

Sash did not start reading Felix Ever After unfortunately because classes got in the way and when she was looking for something to read.

I need light and fluffy at the moment and that’s why I read Djun’s Manhwa Here U Are.

BUT… Carmen and Sash are so excited about our next read which is Amanda Montell‘s Wordslut: A Feminist Guide to taking back the English language! We tuned in for Amanda’s takeover of Harper Collins Instagram. We were just in time to catch her reading an excerpt from Word Slut, it immediately captured our interest in the book.

Amanda has graciously gifted us with a PDF copy of Wordslut. Our review will be completely honest, but we’re pretty optimistic that it’s going to be a fun and educational read 😁 .

Amanda’s passion for her work as an author and linguistic really spoke to us as Sash wants to be an editor and Carmen wants to be a librarian! Plus it’s really nice that she took the time not only to like everyone’s comments but comment on them too!

We’re totally fangirling and TBH it’s probably going to get worse after reading the book (can’t say we didn’t warn you)!

We are so incredibly excited for our upcoming reads, can you tell?

Let us know your thoughts on any of these books and see you all next week, it’s going to be another doozy, we’re warning you now! Carmen probably still won’t be finished her books (and the class will be over by the end of the week) SHAME!

7 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #45

    • Oh we are in full agreement, Woolf is verbose, Carmen likes it while I don’t I wish she would just get to the point at time. Then again, Carmen hasn’t finished Orlando so she can’t say shit. She liked A Room of Her Own but she also didn’t like Cat’s Cradle but likes Slaughterhouse-five so far so… haha



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