Many of the book bloggers I follow are doing this fun thing every Wednesday, an idea taken back by Taking On a World of Words, which I really like. It is a simple concept, and one that will/should change every week as far as the content is concerned.
What are those WWW?
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
My current read
I don’t think that I mentioned that I am part of Robyn Peterman’s book club, Popcorn, Paperbacks and Pookiemumus (yes, I’m part of those who voted for that name because I love it!). Each month, Robyn comes back on one of her books (one that is either free or on Kindle Unlimited), and we get to ask her questions about the book (or other books because we’re good at digressing).
This month, the book that Robyn chose is one of my favourites: Fashionably Dead, the first of the Hot Damned series. Hence the reread which, I admit, is double the fun because I’ve read the whole series and thus have a whole new perspective on the action. Plus, I missed Astrid, Ethan, Pam, the Kev, Gemma, the baby demons, and everyone who is part of the first book.
For those interested in knowing more of my thoughts on the book, you can read my review here. Want to read the book (which I highly recommend)? The whole series is currently on Kindle Unlimited!
A book I recently finished
This book, the third of Shannon Mayer’s Forty Proof series, came out yesterday, so I spent the whole day getting reacquainted with Breena and the gang.
I cannot say too much, as I have a complete review planned for later today, but I will say this as an appetiser: the more the series go, the more I love it!
What am I reading next?
Coming next (starting tomorrow), I will enter the world of a brand new-to-me author: Roy Huff. And since I know nothing of his style, or his books, here is the blurb of Seven Rules of Time Travel:
What if you could rewrite the past?
Quinn Black is having the worst day ever . . . over and over again. The same car blocking his driveway, the same horrific accident he witnesses, the same cop that keeps preventing him from saving his boss from dying in it, and the same memory of a girl from his past that gets sharper each time.
Then he realizes he has the power to travel through time and change the future. With infinite opportunities to alter the past, the possibilities are endless. Could he prevent terrorist attacks? Natural disasters? The deaths of friends? Or even go back in time and say the right thing to the girl who haunts his dreams?
Unfortunately, the rules of time travel are more complicated than he imagined, and before long, Quinn is thrust into the greatest race in human history. His actions can either save the world or destroy it. And now the man who could turn back the clock is running out of time.
Yes, you can expect a full review before the week is over. But just by reading the blurb, this is the type of book that I usually really like, so I am looking much forward to reading it. For those interested, it is available for pre-order at $0.99 in its Kindle version, and will be on Kindle Unlimited when it is released.