Hey everyone! It’s Wednesday once again, and you know what that means! I’m trying to get back into the habit of CONSISTENTLY posting WWW Wednesdays, since, well, inconsistency bothers me to no end. 😄 Also because the thought of having to make another 4-week edition of this is not appealing whatsoever, lol.
By the way, WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On a World of Words), where you answer the following questions:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
Feel free to join in if you want!
Now, without further ado, my reading progress for this week!
I’m still continuing my read of Threats of Sky and Sea on my Kobo. I haven’t been getting much time to read these days so right now I’m pretty satisfied with my pace (kind of). Hopefully I’ll be finishing this up soon!
I have Falling Kingdoms in hardcover (IT’S SO BEAUTIFUL) and I just started it a couple of days ago (as part of a read-along hosted by 5 bloggers—Jess, Drew, Tamara, Josie, and Lillie). I’m not too far into it, but so far it’s off to a promising start!
The Sword of Summer was a great read! I read it super quickly, in the span of a day or two. A fun mythology-filled book that I definitely recommend—you can check out my review of it here, if you need more convincing. (Unashamed self-promotion, right here, LOL.)
I finally found the motivation to continue (and finish) You Were Here. YAY. I had been ‘reading’ (basically half-heartedly flipping pages) this book for around two weeks, and I was really starting to become fed up with my attitude! Haha. But I did manage to finish it this week, and it wasn’t half as bad as I’d thought! It actually turned out to be pretty good, so I’m happy. 😉
- Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
- Truthwitch by Susan Dennard
- I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
- Tonight the Streets Are Ours by Leila Sales
Passenger is on my list again, as I didn’t get to it last week—not sure yet whether I’ll actually be reading it this week though!
Truthwitch is another very hyped fantasy (?) read that I’ve been looking forward to reading! I bought a copy of it, and I’m hoping it’s worth it. 😉
To take a break from all the fantasy-type reads, I’ve added I’ll Give You the Sun and Tonight the Streets are Ours as possible reading material. I own a physical copy of the former, and an ebook of the latter. It’s doubtful that I’ll be able to get to them both, but oh well.
So that’s how my reading went for the week! Tell me; how has your reading been going? Which one of these books have you read or want to read? Let me know, in the comments! ❤