WWW Wednesday #15 (July 15)

Hi! It’s time for a WWW Wednesday post, a meme formerly hosted by MizB @ Should be Reading and now hosted by Sam @Taking on a World of Words. To play along, answer the three questions:

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


Currently Reading

I’m not exactly sure when I started all of these except for Hello I Love You (this morning). The Almost Moon, I think I had been reading for 5 days now? And I’m still near the start of the book, I just can’t seem to get into it. Other than that, Magonia and Eat, Pray, Love are both pretty good.

Recently Finished

I finished 6 books this week:

Never Have I Ever and Pretty Dark Sacrifice were both earlier reads, I didn’t start them this week, but finished them early at the start of the week.
I do know I finished Lord of the Flies this morning (it was really good!) and Twisted yesterday. Clearly I have way too much time on my hands! Which is a good thing. Mostly. Considering how many reviews I have piling up at this point, I should really stop reading this many books…

Read Next

I’m still trying to finish my Popsugar challenge. hence the first three books. Spellbinder is a novella I recently acquired (you may have seen it in yesterday’s Top Ten Tuesday list) and will probably be the first one I start next. Along with that I have Like Candy, a review copy, and Two Truths and a Lie, the third book to the Lying Game series. (I have to know what happens!)


So that’s it for this week’s WWW Wednesday! What books have you read now, then and next? Let me know in the comments below or link your post!

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Exploring My Bookshelves: June

Hi! It is the last Friday of June, which means a Exploring My Bookshelves post is in order! This is a weekly meme created by Victoria @ Addlepates & Book Nerds, adapted into a monthly meme here at Book Snacks following Summer, who originally came up with the monthly idea over at her blog, Xingsings. Make sure to check out both of these lovely blogs, for they are quite wonderful!

Anyway, on to it. The rules for this meme are the following:

1. Post a picture of your bookshelves (preferably literal, but e-book shelves work too)

2. Follow the theme/question about the books on your shelf that Victoria will have set out for us for that week. (Eg. favourite author, cover, etc.)

3. Include the cover and what you thought of it (if it’s read).

4. Link your post!


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EMB #8: a book you were gifted (June 5th)

I actually realised that I don’t really get actual books as gifts, I mostly get Indigo gift cards or something. But I do have a few books I was gifted, one of them being The Almost Moon by Alice Sebold. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m planning to!

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EMB #9: a book you regret buying (June 12th)

My first answer for this would be Flash Point by Nancy Kress, but since I already used that book for another Exploring My Bookshelves post, I’m going to say Since Last Summer Summer by Joanna Philbin, sequel to Rules of Summer. It’s not that it was a bad book or anything, but I could’ve easily done with reading it from the library or something, instead of actually buying it.

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EMB #10: an author you can’t stop reading (June 19)

So many for this one! But I’ll go with three: Cassandra Clare, Jennifer Armentrout & Sarah J. Maas. I absolutely love all the books I’ve read from these authors!
Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments & Infernal Devices series is addicting, and I love both of them, especially the Infernal Devices.
I have yet to read Jennifer Armentrout’s New Adult books, but I love her Covenant series, her Lux series & Dark Elements series! They were all amazing. I also really loved her stand-alone novels, Don’t Look Back & her novel on Wattpad, The Dead List.
As for Sarah J. Maas, I love her Throne of Glass series & A Court of Thorns and Roses, the first book in a planned trilogy. The world-building is just great, and her writing is great!


There is technically supposed to be one other EMB post, as there is 4 Fridays in June, but as Victoria is on vacation, there is not another topic set.

So, that concludes this month’s Exploring My Bookshelves! Feel free to comment on the above topics or link your posts!

Happy reading!

-A