Wednesday, June 20, 2012

WWW Wednesdays

WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Should Be Reading. What you do is answer the following three questions:

What are you currently reading?

I haven't quite started this yet, but I picked up the first two books of Lauren Myracle's young adult trilogy at a library book sale, the first book called ttyl. These are written entirely in instant message format, and I became even more curious when I found that these books are among the most challenged books in the country. Hopefully it's good.

What did you recently finish reading?

I most recently finished reading Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, and should get the review for that later this week. I'll just say there's a reason it's a classic. I also finished A Game of Thrones, by George R. R. Martin, finally. My review for that is here.

What do you think you'll read next?

Unless I really don't like ttyl, I will probably read its sequel, ttfn. I'm still on the lookout for The Perks of Being a Wallflower, though, and if I get my hands on that, it will be the next book I read.


  1. ttyl looks really fun. I'm intrigued :)

  2. Game of Thrones was good, I have to read the next one in the series soon. Enjoy your other ones that you got!

  3. I'd like to know what you think of ttyl. I've considered reading it before.

  4. I love the look of ttyl! I'll have to add that to my to-read list. I like books that are written in different and quirky ways. Jaclyn Moriarty writes books that are usually written through notes/letters etc which are fab. I love A Game of Thrones as well. I've read most of the books in A Song of Ice and Fire, just one more I need to read. Thanks for stopping by my blog and happy reading!

  5. Hey,

    Thanks for stopping by! I'm looking forward to your opinions on Fahrenheit 451... I've been wanting to read it for ages!
    Happy reading!

  6. Wow, you finished Fahrenheit 451 already?

    1. Yeah, I had some unexpected free time and just couldn't stop reading it last night.

  7. Interesting picks, I would not be able to suffer through any book written in text talk, its bad enough when my daughter texts me instead of calling, guess my age is showing, lol hope you enjoy them.
    Here is my WWW Post

  8. I have not read any of these, but have heard great things about GOT book and show. Happy Reading!

  9. I love Fahrenheit 451. I haven't read TTFN/TTYL though. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Taking It One Page at a Time

  10. Oh, Farenheit 451... I have to read it soon!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier!

    Happy reading! :)


  11. I love Fahrenheit 451. I'll look forward to reading your review soon. Thanks for visiting my WWW earlier.

  12. I enjoyed 11/22/63 not as great literature but as good entertainment. I recommended it to my dad after I read it; he is enjoying the many references to products, songs, and events from the 1950's (the protagonist goes back to 1958). Hope your dad likes it.

    Bradbury's Dandelion Wine is nothing like Fahrenheit 451 as far as genre goes. It is reminiscent of by-gone summers. I prefer it over Fahrenheit, though I used to teach Fahrenheit 451 to eighth graders and think it is a very good book with significant theme.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  13. I'll have to look up *ttyl*, I've never heard of it before! I would love to know what you think about it, esp if it's one of the most challenged books in America!

    Thanks for stopping by earlier :) Great post!

    Ellen @

  14. Hi, thanks for visiting my blog. I can't wait to finish Game of Thrones as well....

  15. It seems like Game of Thrones is one I should consider. I just watched an interview with Rad Bradbury online yesterday. Such an icon. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  16. Great books! Thanks for stopping by The Book Bag!