WWW Wednesday (3/6/19)

WWW Wednesday

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This tag is hosted on Taking on a World of Words It’s easy to do, just answer the three questions below!

The Three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?
 
What do you think you’ll read next?

What are you currently reading?

I’m currently reading an ARC book called House of Salt and Sorrows.

House of Salt and Sorrows

What did you recently finish reading?

I didn’t do one of these last week because I was on the cruise, but I will answer it for both weeks. My reading pace has been a little bit slower this year, but I am enjoying the books I am reading.

Fame, Fate, and the First KissSince You've Been GonePart of Your World (Twisted Tales #5)

I DNF My Sophomore Year is Greek to Me at 62 percent.

Sophomore Year Is Greek to Me

What do you think you’ll read next?

I’ve got an ARC to read called Eyes on me. I also need to read Mirror, Mirror and Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett. I also need to read The Center of the Universe but I may not get to that one.  From my ebook TBR pile I want to read Queen’s Shadow. From my library books I should read a Morgan Matson book or The Vanishing Stair. I’ve been wanting to read Off the Ice. The Blood Spell is to have the rows be even here. (Even though it’s an odd number.

Eyes on MeMirror, Mirror (Twisted Tales #6)Serious MoonlightThe Center of the UniverseQueen's Shadow (Star Wars)The Unexpected EverythingThe Vanishing Stair (Truly Devious, #2)Off the Ice (Juniper Falls, #1)The Blood Spell (Ravenspire, #4)


What do you think? What does your WWW Wednesday look like? What book should I read next? Feel free to check out my Instagram and Twitter under follow me on my blog!

11 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (3/6/19)”

    1. I liked it!! But (non spoiler comment) the ending was literally like a whirlwind. It was like the author realized how much time she had left in the last 10 percent left and created an action tornado.

      So many things happened that last ten minutes of the book. In other words, the ending seemed like a race to the finish line.

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