Wednesday, 30 November 2016

WWW WEDNESDAY | 005


WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING?
I'm still working through my Harry Potter reread; currently reading Order of the Phoenix. Being the longest of the HP books, with my copy standing at a whooping 800+ pages, I see this book being my main read for a while to come! I'm still very much enjoying my reread, however this is the point where my pace typically slows down as books 4 and 5 are quite chunky and I don't do too well with chunksters.

WHAT DID YOU RECENTLY FINISH READING?
The book I most recently finished reading is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - my least favourite of the seven books. I have also been dipping in out and of Winter Magic, a collection of winter themed short stories aimed at a middle grade audience. I've read 4 or 5 stories so far, so one of those would count towards something I recently finished.

WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU'LL READ NEXT?
My reading is going to look much of the same for the month of December to be honest - Harry Potter and festive reads. I should, fingers crossed, finish my HP reread in the month of December. As I mentioned above, a bookmark is in Winter Magic, and I'm also still working through Dickens at Christmas.

WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN READING RECENTLY?


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  1. I read Dickens at Christmas last year in December and it was a really nice Christmas experience! I really want to do a Harry Potter re-read - especially since I now have the first two in the illustrated editions!
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    1. I'm enjoying Dickens at Christmas however reading it at quite a slow pace - I just hope I finish it by time Christmas arrives! The illustrated HP's are just stunning! Happy reading!

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  2. I'm still determined to finish HP soon. Maybe while I'm on holiday break for a few weeks. I'm enjoying a lot of Christmas themed books right now. They're easy and fun!

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    1. It's great delving into the festive books at the moment - really gets you in the spirit of the season! Happy reading!

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  3. Glad your Harry Potter reread is going well!

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  4. Enjoy your rereads. Sometimes rereads are the best kind of reading, as we settle into the comfort zone. Or discover new treasures within the pages.

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  5. I haven't decided on my festive reads this year but I always try to do one. Maybe a Mary Higgins Clark.

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    1. Sounds like a plan! I started my festive books a little early this year, as I knew I'd be dipping in and out of them as opposed to solely focusing on a specific title. Happy reading!

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  6. Harry Potter is definitely a great way to get in the holiday mood! I hope you finish the series this month. Good luck!

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    1. I always feel more drawn to both the Harry Potter films and books at this time of year. Thank you - I hope so too!

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  7. Enjoy your re-reads. I am also re-reading some of my favorites. My WWW: http://shoshireads.weebly.com/home/www-wednesday5906078

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  8. I'm looking forward to having an excuse and time to re-read all of HP when my son is a bit older! Great bedtime reading :-)

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    1. I can't wait to share my HP books with my son when he is older too! It'll be fun exploring a world we know and love with them!

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  9. Goblet of Fire is one of my favorite of the HP novels strangely enough, haha. My least favorite is Prisoner of Azkaban which I know most people adore. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

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    1. Interesting! Prisoner of Azkaban is my favourite. Haha! Having reread Goblet of Fire now, I did enjoy it more than I remembered, although at this point in my reread it is definitely still my least favourite. Thanks for hosting!

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