WWW – Wednesday, 19 August, 2020

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 reads

No thanks to Amazon for delivering my books at 3 AM, I could not start Psychic Dreams, the last of Elizabeth Hunter’s Glimmer Lake trilogy, when it came out. After all, I also have things to do and a domestic emergency (read, a toilet to be changed) slowed me down in my reading. But it is so, so good! I should finish it sometime today, so expect a complete review tomorrow.

And while I crochet, since I’m done with The Sandman (of which you can read my review here), I decided to listen to Michelle M. Pillow’s Kisses & Curses again. Because I love that book (Jewel is so cute and hilarious and Euann is one of my favourite of the MacGregor siblings) and because I do need the laughs and the narration is spot on.

A book I recently finished

Sometimes, you need to laugh. And because of that, for the evenings, when I wasn’t crocheting, I was reading A Tale of Two Witches, which is the fifth of Robyn Peterman’s Magic & Mayhem series. If the first four books were centred on Zelda, this one is Sassy’s story. I admit, it was not my favourite. I explain why in my Goodreads review. But hey, “not my favourite”, for me, only means four stars instead of five.

What am I reading next?

It just came out and this time, I will overlook the fact that I received this book at 3 AM again because I still am not completely done with yesterday’s new release. Then again, I am really looking forward to reading Marked Pirnce, the second of Michelle M. Pillow’s new series, Qurilixen Lords. This one is Prince Jaxx’s story, and I really can’t wait to delve into the world of those shifters again, especially since the main shifter protagonists are the children of the main characters of her Dragon Lords and Lords of the Var series.

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