The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
What am I currently reading?
I just started Bid My Soul Farewell, but have been enjoying it immensely. This is a wonderful duology that hasn’t been getting the attention it deserves.
I am also not very far into Race with the sun, but so far so good. I really enjoy this author’s writing and am very excited that she is writing for a younger audience for this one.
I have been enjoying these Midnight, Texas books. They are similar to the TV show in some ways, but very different as well. The supernatural aspect in the books is way more subtle. But the basic plots are still there.
I usually only read three books at a time, but I have been slowly making my way through the illustrated Goblet of fire. I only read one or two chapters a day. I really enjoy reading these illustrated books. They are such a treat to look at and to savor.
What did I recently finish?
I just finished these the last couple of days, and I didn’t want to leave any of them out of this list.
I don’t read graphic novels very often, but I enjoyed Wires and Nerves. My only complaint is the monochromatic drawings. Not a fan. But the story was good.
Now Entering Addamsville was a little disappointing. Mostly because I felt confused during most of it. The whole supernatural aspect of the story just made no sense.
Absolutely loved Hammered. Possibly my favorite of the series so far!
Give the Dark my Love was a re-read which I am very glad I took the time to do before delving into the next book. I had forgotten so much! It is making the second book so much better.
What am I going to read next?
This is a tough question to answer this week. The only one I know for sure that I will start next is Highfire, because it is my next ARC read. The next three I just picked up at my favorite Indie book store, and I don’t know which one I want to read first! And finally I just picked up The Never Tilting World from the library. I swear publishers do this on purpose to drive us book nerds crazy. Publishing really good books so close together is just torture!