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WWW Wednesday: My First ARC, Poetry, and More

WWW Wednesday is a weekly book meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words wherein posters answer the three Ws:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?




Magic Slays (Kate Daniels #5) by Ilona Andrews

I’m still rereading the entire Kate Daniels series and I’m currently on book 5 aka the one where Kate and Curran are finally together and having lots of great sex and some not so great arguments. I love how the authors manage to raise the stakes in each installment, with the threat of Kate’s father looming closer and closer.

the mermaid’s voice returns in this one by amanda lovelace

I’ve been meaning to get back into reading poetry, so I picked this up as an eARC from NetGalley. Unfortunately, it’s falling a little flat, but I’m not regretting my decision to read poetry again.




Blood Heir (Blood Heir #1) by Amélie Wen Zhao

A fugitive princess with the power to control blood. A cunning conman with no past and no future. An Empire spiraling into darkness. A world worth saving.

Read my review.

We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

I remember the hype around this book slash TED talk, but I feel that it’s a far cry from the “unique definition of feminism” the blurb promises. It is, at its essence, a very basic primer on feminism, with a binarist approach to gender, including a dash of biological essentialism. It was completely different from what I was expecting.

I’m sure this could be helpful to readers who are completely new to feminism; the writing is engaging and easy to understand, which is something I value highly in feminist texts. But as a long-time feminist, this was too basic for me, and as a disabled queer and genderqueer person, I found this approach to feminism allegedly “rooted in inclusion” to be severely lacking in that aspect.

Banner for the F/F February Challenge, depicting a white redheaded girl hugging a black girl with an afro, surrounded by stacks of books


My library hold of Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo finally came through, so I will be delving into that one next! And then of course, I’ll be working on getting through my TBR for the F/F February Reading Challenge, which I’ll be making a separate post about. I’m very excited!

What are you reading at the moment? Let’s chat in the comments!

10 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: My First ARC, Poetry, and More”

  1. So excited to see people planning for F/F Feb! Thanks so much!

    I’ve just finished FIERCE FRAGILE HEARTS by Sara Barnard and I adored it so much! Think I’m going to read 4 DEAD QUEENS next!

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