Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words.

What is WWW Wednesday? Ok– I heard a whisper last week. It wasn’t crickets, but I want a roar…! You just answer three simple questions to discuss your current reading life:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you plan on reading next?

 

What did you recently finish reading?

Turn of the Key

Turn of the Key Review from Tuesday

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Gossamer Mage Review from Tuesday

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Demon World by Sally Green- Blog Tour Post Coming Friday, 8/9

What are you currently reading?

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Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron

Witchy Kingdom by D.J. Butler

What will you read next?

There Will Come a Darkness (Age of Darkness, #1)

Song of the Abyss (Tower of Winds, #2)

 

OK! Let’s turn the whispers into roars!

What Is Going On In Everyone’s Reading Lives?!

10 thoughts on “Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

  1. Oh a Ruth Ware ! I didn’t saw this one – I assume it’s an arc?
    I haven’t seen much of the others either on the blogosphere.

    I’m currently reading an arc too – called An excuse for murder. started quite confusing BUT it is getting there, I kinda like it .. not sure what i’d pick next, but it better be a french book because my brain had enough english for now I think XD need a pause.

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    1. Yes! It came out on Tuesday. It was is soooooo good.review is very spoiler free. I think it is incredible that you read a book in another language. When I worked with students whose first language was Spanish, it was incredible to me that they weren’t just not only learning another language but learning to learn in that language. I have so much respect for your ability read and enjoy it in two languages!

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      1. Ohh I gotta check it out ! (though I actually don’t mind being spoiled at all)

        Thank you so much xx
        what was the hardest for me to wrap my head around when I was younger is how your brain just … understand that X in that language mean Y in your native? like how does it just, switch, you know xd although i’m pretty fluent by obligations (english bf & need to speak it at work), I gotta say it’s a constant learning – I stumble upon new words quite often, specially in books written from England or other english countries that’s not Canada/US.

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        1. I completely understand… I mean I don’t understand your experience… that I could never understand but from the educator side… I was always looking for ways to support students around exactly those things. Vocabulary, context clues… there were so many things that teachers and people in general I’m sure don’t think of. We ask students what where when why describe explain and if they don’t know what those words mean how can they understand the questions? People don’t understand the fundamental concept of navigating two languages. You should really be proud of not only learning to do it but continuing to grow in it everyday

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          1. Yeah, people kind of overlook how hard learning languages actually is. It’s kinda wierd to think that i’ve lived in french all my life, and my future might bring an household purely english xD only french would be my things and talking to my dogs – as Alex don’t understand a word of french and don’t wanna learn it as of now x)

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          2. Well that doesn’t seem fair! He should learn french too! Your children (well assuming there are children at some point not to get too personal lol) would be raised bilingual? Either way boys get out of so much! It isn’t right lol

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          3. Iknow, mom can’t speak english and he cant understand nor speak french.. so im kinda stuck in between here 😂

            Im not planning on any kids rofl, but yes. If there would be any they’d have to be – no arguments there, they’d need it to speak to my family, their grandma specially.

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