Let me remind you that this meme is hosted by MizB on her blog Should be reading.
(Lasciate che vi ricordi che questo meme è ospitato da MizB nel suo blog Should be reading).

To play along with this weekly book event just answer the 3 following question:
(Per partecipare a questo evento settimanale basta rispondere alle 3 seguenti domande):

1. What are you currently reading? (cosa stai leggendo in questo momento?)
2. What did you recently finishing reading? (cosa hai appena finito di leggere?)
3. What do you think you'll read next? (quale pensi sarà il prossimo libro che leggerai?)

My answers: (le mie risposte)

1. What are you currently reading?

"The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakspeare
("Romeo e Giulietta" di William Shakespeare)

It's a re-reading that I'm doing with pleasure, this book was one of my choices for the "Books2Movie" challenge.
(E' una rilettura che faccio volentieri, questo libro era una delle mie scelte per la sfida "Books2Movie").

 2. What did you recently finishing reading?  
 "The Tartar Steppe" by Dino Buzzati
  ("Il deserto dei tartari" di Dino Buzzati)
I have just finished reading this book by Buzzati: the author was chosen by my new reading group and I picked his biggest hit.
(Ho appena finito di leggere questo libro di Buzzati: l'autore era stato scelto dal mio nuovo gruppo di lettura ed avevo deciso di scegliere il suo più grande successo).

3. What do you think you'll read next?
"Never Let Me Go" by Kazuo Ishiguro
("Non lasciarmi" di Kazuo Ishiguro)

I'm not sure what book to read next: last week I borrowed 7 books from the local library; I'm done with "The Tartar Steppe", I soon will with "Romeo and Juliet" and I have 5 more books to go... maybe I will start "Never Let Me Go" by Kazuo Ishiguro, but I'm not sure yet.
(Sono indecisa sul prossimo libro da leggere: la settimana scorsa ho preso in prestito 7 libri dalla biblioteca, "Il deserto dei tartari" l'ho finito, "Romeo e Giulietta" mi occuperà ancora per poco ed altri 5 mi stanno aspettando... forse opterò per "Non lasciarmi" di Kazuo Ishiguro, ma non ne sono ancora certa.

What about you? What's your WWW this week? Write a comment below! :)
(E voi? Quali sono i vostri WWW per questa settimana? Lasciate un commento qui sotto!)


  1. I haven't heard of any of these before :-( I get most of my books from the library too; right now I have a small stash of 4 books finishing up.

  2. Welcome on my blog Tanya!
    "Romeo and Juliet" is very famous! ;)

  3. I love the story of Romeo and Juliet. The whole tragic romance thing is great to read. Thank you for stopping by my blog. :)

  4. I really enjoy Shakespeare, but his sonnet cycle is my favorite! Also, just wanted to say that I've really enjoyed your blog and am a new follower!

  5. Wooooooow Kristyn! Thank youuuuu! ^_^

  6. Nice books!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    New follower!

  7. Never let me go was recommended to me by a friend. I haven't read it yet, and made the mistake of watching the movie first. If you read it, I'll be on the lookout for your review!

  8. I enjoyed "Never Let Me Go" very much, but the movie not so much. The graphic on your banner is so cool, btw!

    Mine is http://katybrandes.wordpress.com/2012/03/07/www-wednesday-march-7/

  9. I love Romeo and Juliet! Thank you for stopping by my blog.

  10. I hope to read "Never Let Me Go" soon as well. :)
    Thanks for visiting!
    Bonnie @ Sweet-Tidbits

  11. This is embarrassing but I've never read Romeo and Juliet. I've been thinking that I'd like to read some Shakespeare. I can't go wrong with that, can I?

  12. It's been so long since the last time I read Romeo & Juliet - I really should read it again :) Have a great week!!!

  13. So sad! Romeo and Juliet has been portrayed through so many different movies because of its timeless message. Great choice!

    Here’s mine:


    I’m also having a giveaway of 3 singed copies of Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She’s Dead and 5 ebook copies. 7th -13th only! So come check it out!


  14. I've never read Romeo & Juliet!!!
    Never Let Me Go looks like one I'd enjoy!

  15. I loved Romeo & Juliet--and I've read several variations on the story, too.

    I wish my book group read Never Let Me Go so I would have someone to talk about it with. :-)

    Thanks for visiting my WWW!

  16. Looks great!!!

    *new follower*

  17. Thanks for visiting my blog.

    I haven't heard of any of these books. I borrow a lot of library books too, although I try to buy my favourites, which are a lot.

  18. New follower and cute blog! I ahd to read Romeo and Julliette at school wasn't so keen then.
    Emily @ http://emily-confessionsofabookaholic.blogspot.com/

  19. Thanks for stopping by The Book Bag last week. I am a little late getting around to other's WWWs. You have some great choices here. I read R&J in school and loved it. I am a new follower.

  20. I am reading Cecilia by Frances Burney (an engaging challenge) e, sfortunatamente, inedito in Italia;

    I've just finished Persuasion by Jane Austen; la nuova edizione Donna Moderna mi ha spinta alla rilettura;

    I will probably read The house on the strand (La casa sull'estuario) by Daphne du Maurier or Burning lamp (inedito in Italia) by Amanda Quick.

    Happy reading,

  21. Romeo and Juliet? I had to read the play in grade 10! Great story, but the fancy talk really hurts my head! Thanks for stopping by! Happy reading!


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