WWW Wednesday July 19


I find myself organized again! Yahoo! And so I can participate in WWW Wednesday hosted by the lovely Taking on a World of Words. This is a great way to talk about

  • What you just finished reading,
  • What you are currently reading and
  • What you will be reading next.

For any of my followers here – you don’t need a blog! Just share your WWW in my comments. If you have a blog, I would love to read your WWW. Don’t forget to head over to Taking on a World of Words and see what everyone else is reading!

What did I just finish reading?

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne and Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan were both cleared off of my to be read (TBR) list. Dating-ish by the wonderful Penny Reid was highly anticipated and very enjoyable. And, I miss Veronica Mars. Terribly. Thankfully, Rob Thomas has taken to writing some books with Jennifer Graham. Some insomnia struck me this week and I deviated from my planned TBR and right into my Kindle. I read the first book The Thousand Dollar Tan Line and I am looking forward to the second book.

What am I currently reading?

Now, here you can see evidence of the insomnia. When I can’t sleep I read completely different books then I would during the day. Am I alone in this? It is like my night brain is completely different from my day brain. To Marry a Prince by Sophie Page and Suddenly Royal by Nichole Chase were both purchased between the hours of 1:00 and 4:00 a.m to entertain (but not overly excite) the brain. However, Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen and Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh were both planned and on my TBR. Her Royal Spyness is part of my participation in another great challenge on Taking on a World of Words called When are you Reading.

What do I plan to read next?

I finally got my hands on a copy of Ten Second Staircase, the next book in the Bryant and May series. I also hope to read A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas for my When are you Reading Challenge (1800-1899). Liar & Spy is by the great Rebecca Stead and will keep me up on my juvenile reading. Likewise, The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine promises to be an exciting story from the author of Ella Enchanted.

So, there is my WWW for Wednesday July 19, 2017. I hope to bring some book reviews this week but I would love to hear your thoughts. Have you read any of these books? And, seriously, am I a total weirdo with the insomnia reading?!?

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  1. I just finished The Girl Who Could Fly. It was well written. For anyone who is blessed with a disabled or spirited, or brilliant child, the premise of this book might be disturbing. The book would make excellent reading for a Lit 101 class.

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  2. I would not recommend it for young children. The subject matter is very complex. I am now going to start with#1 and read my way through me collection of Nancy Drew Mysteries!

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  3. I love the sound of everything on your Currently Reading list, especially Suddenly Royal. I am a bit of a sucker for royal romance-type stories.

    Thanks for visiting my WWW post 🙂

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