WWW Wednesday: April 22

WWW Wednesday was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and now maintained by Taking on a World of Words.

There are three prompts for WWW Wednesday:
–What are you currently reading?
–What did you finish recently reading?
–What do you think you’ll read next?



Things in Jars by Jess Kidd
So far I’m loving this story centering in 19th century London!



The Riot Grrrl Thing by Sara Larsen
A wonderful collection of feminist poetry!



Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson
Will I get to this book before the month is over? I really hope so!





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Top 5 Tuesday: Popular Books I Haven’t Read Yet

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah, the Bionic Book Worm.

This Week’s Topic:

Top 5 Popular Books I Haven’t Read Yet

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
I enjoyed Morgenstern’s first novel The Night Circus, so when she came out with The Starless Sea, I couldn’t wait to have it…it’s been several months since it’s release, and I still haven’t ordered my copy. I still plan on it though!



Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
I’ve heard so many mixed reviews about Bardugo’s first book for an Adult audience, but I’m still curious about picking this story up eventually!



Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
I’ve heard how light-hearted and fun this story is, and since that this lockdown has brought on such stress and anxiety in my life, I need an escapist read!



Nevernight by Jay Kristoff
I don’t know what’s taking ma so long to begin reading this book…It has such a dynamic female character!



Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Mass
It’s taking me a while to warm up to Sarah J. Mass’s work, but I might give this one a chance!

I hope everyone is having a stress-free Tuesday!





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Book Blogger Hop: How Do You Decide Book Order?

The Book Blogger Hop is a book meme hosted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer where you answer a weekly prompt featuring a book related question. This way you have a chance to check out other people’s blogs and gain new followers yourself.



This Week’s Question

How do you decide the order of reading your books?
During a Readathon, I try to read through my books one at a time. It doesn’t matter if it’s a physical book or digital read. If I feel rushed to catch up on my goal, I’ll listen to an audiobook while I’m reading another story at the same time.



How do you decide what order you read your books? Let me know in the comments!





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WWW Wednesday: April 15

WWW Wednesday was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and now maintained by Taking on a World of Words.

There are three prompts for WWW Wednesday:
–What are you currently reading?
–What did you finish recently reading?
–What do you think you’ll read next?

Silent Shadows (Harbored Secrets #3) by Natalie Walters
I received a complimentary copy of Silent Shadows from the Revell Reads Blogger Program. This book takes the point of view of Pecca Gallegos, who had a minor role in the last book.

Lobizona by Romina Garber
I’m so happy that NetGalley and Wednesday Books gave me this digital ARC! It covers all of the current events that’s making headlines (immigration, family separation), with a supernatural twist!

You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
I can’t wait to begin reading this story for the Literally Dead Book Club!

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Book Blogger Hop: Books You Have Read At the Lowest Point In Your Life

The Book Blogger Hop is a book meme hosted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer where you answer a weekly prompt featuring a book related question. This way you have a chance to check out other people’s blogs and gain new followers yourself.

This Week’s Question

What is a book that has helped you get through the lowest point in your life?

I would have to say After Alice by Gregory Maguire was a good companion during my lowest point. I read this in the Summer of 2018. I was going through a toxic work environment, and it took a heavy toll on me emotionally. I love Alice in Wonderland and its retellings, so After Alice helped me escape from reality during that hectic time!

What book helped you during a rough life period? Let me know in the comments!

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