WWW WEDNESDAYS is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World Of Words and is all about answering the three questions below.
- WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING?
I’m still reading The Stand by Stephen King, which isn’t a surprise considering its size… I’m highly enjoying it so far though (I’m a little over halfway into the story), so I hope to finish it by the end of next week. I’ve also started my third 20 Books Of Summer title Float Plan by Trish Doller…
- WHAT DID YOU RECENTLY FINISH READING?
1. The Extraordinary Hope Of Dawn Brightside by Jessica Ryn (3/5 stars) REVIEW
I knew that I wanted to read The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside as soon as I first heard about it. Both the premise and the focus on homelessness caught my attention immediately and I’ve been looking forward to it ever since. Sadly, I ended up having mixed thoughts about this story instead…
2. Every Single Secret by Emily Carpenter (3,5/5 stars) REVIEW
I’ve enjoyed Emily Carpenter‘s writing in the past, so when my TBR jar thought it was time to finally read Every Single Secret I was immediately looking forward to do so. The blurb definitely sounded fascinating with the creepy location and dark pasts being hinted at. And the story definitely did a great job at getting that ominous feel and gothic vibe right! Sure, I did feel that the story dragged a little in parts and especially the second half of the story started to feel more and more farfetched, but as a whole the story is still entertaining enough.
- WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU’LL READ NEXT?
Next up is July blog tour read The Lucky Eight by Sheila Bugler, as I’m hoping to get my July ARCs out of the way early… And my next romance read will be Sunshine Over Bluebell Castle by Sarah Bennett as I really enjoyed the first book of the series. I also can’t resist continuing the DI Kim Stone series so book four Play Dead by Angela Marsons will be up soon. And I have a new TBR jar pick! Red Winter by Dan Smith… I bought a physical copy on a whim two years ago as I liked the blurb and never actually picked it up, so this will be the perfect excuse to do so. 1920s Russia here I come!