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A weekly meme hosted by Samanneelizabeth formerly hosted by MizB all about, what we are, Currently Reading, Just Finished Reading and Reading Next
WELCOME BACK to WWW Wednesday! I’m happy to report that I’ve been pretty consistent with my readings from last week. I have been reading quite a few manhwa’s lately as they require short term emotional investments, unlike the novels I have on my TBR list at the moment.
I loved Djun-nim’s illustrations and story, it was so heart-warming and beautiful to read, I’m quite sad that it has ended. I really hope there’s a spin-off for Chu Huan Wen and Yuan since Yu Yang’s story is a spin-off from Djun-nim’s previous work.
Here are a few of the ongoing BL’s I’m reading:
Truthfully, I’m pretty nervous about this class. I am not sure I have what it takes but I’m excited too and I enjoyed reading both of these works. I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of writing I produce because of this class.
I’m still reading White Fragility [Buy Bookshop]. Technically, White Fragility is on hold for now. I need to sort out my work, life, school-balance before I continue reading.
It’s pretty heavy, and honestly, I’ve had an emotionally heavy summer so I’m okay with putting this one of the back-burner for now.
As promised in last week’s WWW Wednesday that I would complete the Spiral of Bliss series (I thought I had but there are 5 books in total, not 3). So, I went into My Book Jar and started the fourth book in the Spiral of Bliss series, Adore. I did not re-read books 1-3; I jumped right in.
Friend’s I find myself shaking my head at some of the thoughts swirling around Olivia’s head, but then I step back and remember when it was written and that maybe it’s okay for these (in my opinion) outdated thoughts.
Sure, I’m a mother, a business-woman, festival coordinator, member of a mom’s group, et cetera… but I’m also a wife.” Adore– Nina Lane
Last I checked, she’s also a woman, but I maybe that’s included in the “et cetera…”
I am enjoying it so far and will leave final judgements till the end *fingers crossed*
I am excited to read coming of age graphic novel The Times I Knew I Was Gay. I received an advanced reader’s copy (ARC) from NetGalley. The Times I Knew I Was Gay is author Eleanor Crewes’ debut novel about accepting oneself.
We’ve all been on a similar journey of finding where we fit in which is why I’m looking forward to a different kind of coming of age story presented in the form of a graphic novel, a medium of reading I’ve been obsessed with lately.
I will read it this weekend and post a review before it publishes on October 6, 2020. [Buy Bookshop].
I didn’t realize how much I had read and have to look forward to reading. I must say, I am looking forward to my Professional Writing course this semester, and of course, reading The Times I Knew I Was Gay this weekend.