WWW Wednesday

Another day, another meme; this one the WWW Wednesday meme over at Taking on a World of Words.

The three questions are …
What are you currently reading?
Way too many books, a partial list of which includes (the ones I made progress on this week) –

Marie Ohanesian Nardin’s Beneath the Lion’s Wings – sent to me by the author some time ago – I lost my place and had to start over but it’s going better this time around – love revisiting Venice

Fire and Fury by Michael Wolf – passed to me by a friend when it came out – I’m only now reading it – and right now just don’t care that much about what I’m reading

Evolution – a poetry collection – by Belizean writer Felene Cayetano – almost done

One of my comics – this one a classic X-Men Women one-shot – X-Men are my favourite super heroes as you might have guessed from recent reviews of comics featuring Gambit and Rogue, and Storm and T’Challa

Inferno by Dan Brown – still not really engaged, still reading

New Daughters of Africa – edited by Margaret Busby – loving this one so far – it’s thick though so it might still stake some time

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And a handful (3) of unpublished academic theses specific to Antigua and Barbuda; a literary journal; and a very (very very) short business ebook

What did you recently finish reading?
Recent is relative especially since my stride buckled in March with two Did-Not-Finish (which is unusual for me). I did finish listening to James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time and reviewed an ARC of a children’s book The Masquerade Dance by Carol Ottley-Mitchell.

The Masquerade Dance

What will you be reading next?
Well, I just booked a new book editing assignment, am currently in negotiations re another one, and fielding an inquiry re a third; so (knock on wood) I’ll be busy with client manuscripts for a bit.