WWW Wednesday is hosted by the wonderful Sam, over at her blog Taking on a World of Words. To participate and blog hop to read other’s response, click here.
The three W’s stand for:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
I started ‘Brainwalker’ by Stephen Lacast and Robyn Mundell but then realised that ‘The Good Sister’ by Jess Ryder was due to release on 16th August, that’s today! So, I had to change my reading plans. I am half-way through the book and I might be able to finish it today. You can also expect a review tomorrow. It is good so far and that is all I will say for now.
I finished reading ‘Pigeon Blood Red’ two or three days earlier but couldn’t post a review untill yesterday. I was very busy editing and formatting after I moved my blog from Blogger to WordPress. Pigeon Blood Red was a good read and I will be interviewing the author, Ed Duncan very soon! If you have read the book and have a question in mind, drop it in the comments and I will include it in the interview. If you want to check out the review, click here.
If you have been following my posts, you must know that my last two or three reads were mysteries and thrillers. Now, I have decided to read two books that will contrast excellently with the glum and gloom of crime novels.
First up is ‘Brainwalker’. I left it at the point when all the action started. It is about a boy who somehow ends up inside his father’s brain. This boy did do just that when I decided to pick up ‘The Good Sister’. I will be returning to this book and finishing it asap.
Then, I plan to read ‘If You Could See Me Now’ by Keris Stainton. It is a chick-lit novel about “being your own hero”. Honestly, this line was the thing which made me request the book on Netgalley. ‘If You Could See Me Now’ released on 4th of August. Do order it, or if you want to wait then do check out my review first 😀
And with that, that’s a wrap!
These books are a part of my ARC August TBR. If you want to check out the full list, click here.
Note: All images are from goodreads