WWW Wednesday (on Thursday because I’m on Island Time)

This is my second week trying this out, and I must say it is fun! This meme is hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words. All of my covers link to Goodreads!

Why not join in? Just answer the following three questions in a post and then put a link to that post in the comments over at Taking on a World of Words.

The Three Ws are:

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

1   What I am readingThe One, by Kiera Cass. This is book three in The Selection series which focuses on America Singer, a girl living in a dystopian society where 36 girls must compete for the future king’s hand in marriage. This is 100% a deviation from what I thought I would be reading now as of last week’s post, but I read the first one and was immediately sucked in. (Major guilty pleasure, btw.) For fans of young adult, love stories, and dystopian.I’ll probably end up reviewing these as a series whole instead of individually, since they are flying too fast.








2. What I recently finished: The Selection and The Elitebooks one and two of Kiera Cass’s Selection series, as well as my “current read” last week, Champagne Baby by Laure Dugas. Like I said earlier, I was engrossed pretty thoroughly with Kiera Cass’s series and they are ridiculously quick reads. Laure Dugas’s beautiful memoir, an ARC from Penguin’s First To Read program, is a beautiful coming of age story in which Laure learns to love the family business- everything wine. This was a fun read for the memoir aspect and especially for the wine fact, which are presented in a fun way without a hint of dryness (no pun intended.)

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3. What I think I’ll read next: Here is another ties, and an unnecessarily complicated answer. I am in the middle of an Irish countryside murder mystery called Buried in the Bog by Sheila Connelly (book one of the County Cork mysteries), but it is a slow read, and doubt I will finish it by next week. However,  I’m receiving Eva Gates’s Reading Up a Storm, book three of her Lighthouse Library Mystery series, so that’s probably what I’ll devour next. This series follows a librarian named Lucy who lives in a lighthouse in Outer Banks with her cat and books. It is the cutest series ever (besides the murders) and incorporates all of my loves: Books, the beach, cats, and lighthouses.

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So that’s all for now, folks! I’d love to know your WWW Wednesday answers, or your first book you are planning for beach weekend number one: Memorial Day!!


2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (on Thursday because I’m on Island Time)

  1. I hope you enjoy Cass’s series. I believe the final book just came out? Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!


    1. I do enjoy it, even if it is a little simple for me. I can’t help but compare it to Hunger Games a lot. Child 44 looks really good also! I didn’t even know it is a movie (embarrassing). Thank you for the fun challenge!


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