Before I start my WWW Wednesday which I have missed, I have to sorry, who knows who will read this but for those are new, hi and for those who are wondering how I popped up on their radar after being silent for so long — cus I have been active in the blogging community before now and you somehow are still following me (probably because you didn’t notice I had left) — I’m back or at least trying to be. It’s 2019 and I’ve been silent for too long.
I am going to try to blog more but I’m back in school and the life of a junior English major is very demanding, so many books to read (which I love) so little time to read them all and papers due out the wazoo.
But, to try to get back into the swing of things here are my WWW Wednesday Reads!
• What are you currently reading?
The Truth About Stories: A Native Narrative by Thomas King
Since I’ve decided to restart my life and am now a student, I am currently reading Thomas King’s “The Truth About Stories” I’ve never met the man and I probably won’t in this lifetime but I must say he has a way with words. Each chapter’s story starts the same way but the retelling never seems to get old.
• What did you recently finish reading?
It’s Just Us Here: The Companion by Christopher X Sullivan
I can’t remember how I stumbled upon Christopher X Sullivan but this autobiography in the form of a novel broken up into 7 installments takes us on an asexuals journey of life, health and love. I find it refreshing as I have never read a book for asexuals by an asexual and knowing that this is a real story makes it all the more engaging.
• What do you think you’ll read next?
Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys
Considering how I have to re-read “Jane Eyre” for my English class and “Wide Sargasso Sea” is one such requirement, I am excited since this is supposed to Charlotte Bronte’s mad-woman in the attic.
Happy WWW Wednesday!