“WWW” Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted at Taking On A World of Words.
Hi everybody, and welcome to a new WWW Wednesday! For this post, we’ll be answering three questions (the 3 Ws):
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What are you currently reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
I just finished listening to The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata on audiobook.
I’ve been wanting to go through Mariana Zapata’s backlist and this was one of the books on it. Though it’s not my favorite read by her, I still highly enjoyed the story of Vanessa and Aiden. It was a fun take on the marriage of convenience trope and of course, the slow burn was excruciatingly well done.
I am currently listening to It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey on audiobook.
This has been such a popular and hyped romance, but for some reason I kept putting it off. But now I finally picked it up and am about halfway in and I’m already in love with Piper and Brendan. But OMG, this is way steamier than I expected. Kind of awkward when I’m listening in the car on my commute…
I also JUST started reading When Gracie Met The Grump by Mariana Zapata on ebook.
I’m only one chapter in so it’s a bit too early to say anything yet, other than I’m super intrigued how the superhero aspect will work in this story.
I am also STILL reading Blade and Rose by Miranda Honfleur on ebook.
I’ve been reading this for over a month now? I still want to read on as I think I could really like this given the right mood and timing, but at the moment I’m hardly making any progress and the prospect of reading further doesn’t entice me either. I think it’s even making me feel slumpy. I may need to give up on this one.
Honestly, I’ve been feeling a little slumpy and have hardly read anything all month. I wanted to read a few atmospheric and spooky reads for spooky season, but I’m not sure it’ll be happening as I seem to only crave rom-coms right now. Any tips for reads that may get me out of this slump? These are a few possibilities, either more rom-coms or somewhat spooky re-reads.