Hello friends! Welcome back to another WWW Wednesday! I thought this would be a fun way to see a snapshot of what I’m reading!
I hope you’re all continuing to stay safe. Today was a hot mess. Work started off okay… then just went off the rails. No one seemed to know what they were supposed to do and SO.MANY.EMAILS. It’s been a day. I hope you all had a better day than me! 😅
Welcome to WWW Wednesday! This meme was formerly hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm and revived on Taking on a World of Words. Just answer the three questions below and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at.
WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING?
The Stand: I’m 22% of the way through; another two chapters that weren’t too long, but just didn’t move the story along much either. This has really been a slow going read.
Pretties: I’m 87% through; I’m very close to finishing this second instalment. It’s been really fast paced as we near the end. I wouldn’t be surprised if by next week I’m finished.
Lastly, I’m reading The Taking of Annie Thorne by: C.J. Tudor. I’m truly enjoying this, much like her first novel, this is deeply engrossing. I hate the similarities that I keep seeing between this and the Chalk Man, because they are quite similar stories, I want to like this on its own merits.
WHAT DID YOU RECENTLY FINISH READING?
I finished When the Moon was Ours by: Anna-Marie McLemore. This had such very pretty writing, but that may not have been for me. It took away from the story, but it was definitely a beautiful story. I also finished Fractured by: Catherine McKenzie, wow this was super fast paced, I finished it in like a weekend I was so engrossed in the story. The ending was kinda meh, but the whole novel was really good… I really need to write my review!
WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU’LL READ NEXT?
The only change to my shelves is the fact that I have less than last week since the library is closed, and now everything non-essential (meaning book stores!) aren’t open.
My library pile consists of Heartless by: Marissa Meyer and A Shadow Bright and Burning by: Jessica Cluess.
Now, the books I bought before I knew were going to be staying home (but glad I bought): Chain of Cold by: Cassandra Claire and Anger is a Gift by: Mark Oshiro.