WWW Wednesday – September 14, 2022

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday is a weekly feature hosted by Sam at Taking On a World of Words. Three questions, three answers. Let’s go!

What did you recently finish reading?

I had a productive week last week! The first thing I finished was The Cartographers by Peng Shepherd and it was really, really good! I wasn’t expecting some of the twists and turns that came with that one! I’m hoping to have the review written up for it and posted on Friday, so be sure to check that out. I also finished Shadow Rising by Yasmine Galenorn. This is book #12 in the Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon series – I am making good progress. There are 21 books, so I’m over halfway done. Maybe I will finish it up by the end of this year, but I’m not sure. There’s still a lot left and I have a bunch of other things to read. I also finished Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare, the first book in the Dark Artifices series and oh, my heart! I love how Cassie can make you laugh at her snarky dialogue and then immediately bring on all the feels. There are some characters in that book that I want to hug so hard!

Lady Midnight    Shadow Rising    The Cartographers

What are you currently reading?

This will probably come as a bit of a surprise to anyone who regularly follows my WWW posts, but I am reading two books that I picked up that I was not planning to read at all. Both re-reads, both books I already know I enjoy. First off, I am reading Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. This is a lighthearted rom-com of a book and it is absolutely delightful. On a different note, I am also reading Lock Every Door by Riley Sager. This book is super creepy, but it’s been long enough since I read it the first time that I don’t remember all the twists. Perfect time to read it again! I picked these two books up to help fulfill tasks on the Seasonal Reading Challenge over at GoodReads. There are some tasks (mostly for higher points) that require two books to complete and, while my regularly scheduled reads worked for one part, they didn’t work for both. So I am supplementing with some fun re-reads.

I think for my post tomorrow, I will go into more detail about the SRC and how it works. It’s super fun.

Oh, and I’m also reading Haunted Moon by Yasmine Galenorn. Gotta keep going with the D’Artigo sisters!

anna    42368604     Haunted Moon

What do you think you’ll read next?

Once I finish up these re-reads, I will get back on schedule with Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare, book #2 in the Dark Artifices series. I also need to track down a copy of Pachinko by Lee Min-Jin. This was a group read for the SRC and, while I can’t count if for points since I’m already claiming The Cartographers for that, I still want to read all four of their group read picks, just for fun. The folks that participate in the SRC read a wider variety of books than I do and it’s fun to see what has been recommended.

Lord of Shadows    Pachinko

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5 replies

  1. Ooh, Lock Every Door looks so good! I am a Riley Sager fan. Enjoy your week, and here’s MY WWW POST

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