WWW Wednesday – August 19, 2020

Happy hump day! This is week two of my 2020 WWW Wednesday participation, and it is so incredibly helpful to get your thoughts together. The WWW Wednesday meme is currently hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words, and is a great way to do a weekly update on what you’ve been reading and what you have planned. I loved doing this challenge, and am so excited to give it another shot.

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To take part, all you have to do is answer the following three questions:

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

What I am Currently Reading:

Last week for WWW Wednesday, I was still reading Poe’s Collection of Stories, and was thinking of reading Amanda Flower’s Flowers and Foul Play. Soon after that, I read Flowers in a day, and rapidly started book 2, Death and Daisies. It is light, it is fun, and just what I needed to get out of the heavy slump. I will finish Poe soon, I am in the middle of Murders of Rue Morgue which is actually a really fun and engaging detective story (the first one, by all accounts).

What I Recently Finished Reading:

Last week, I also mentioned getting ready to start Ordinary Miracles by Martyn Carey for Netgalley. I did manage to finish it (it was a rough go), and actually got that review up quickly. I can’t in good conscious say I recommend it. However, I also finished Flowers and Foul Play (RTC), and that I can absolutely recommend for a fun and light cozy mystery, set in Scotland. I finished it in one day, and am currently devouring the sequel.


What I Think I’ll Read Next:

Since I am enjoying the series so much, I will probably read Mums and Mayhem next to finish off the Amanda Flowers series. For my next Netgalley pick, I have The Archive of the Forgotten, the awaited sequel to Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith. I loved Library of the Unwritten, which follows librarian Claire in Hell’s library, which houses all of the books that were never finished, and the characters who embody them come to life. In Hell there is also a collection of odd and wonderful paraphernalia that Claire now has to manage, and I can’t wait to see how that goes.


That’s all for now, folks! what are you reading / looking forward to? Let’s chat! Leave a link in the comments for me to check out yours 🙂

15 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – August 19, 2020

    1. That is a really good description of the first book too, ha. I hope you enjoy it! If Archive is as good as Library was, then this is definitely a series to look out for.

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    1. I love that series! It is actually the reason why I picked this one up. Definitely has her same signature style; the protagonist in this one, Fiona, is strong and independent and is also chosen for a higher purpose. And of course, a cute police officer. Hope you enjoy!

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