WWW Wednesday!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly feature from Should Be Reading. I saw it on my friend Erin’s blog, sales That One Geek Girl, check and decided to join in.

To play along:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?

What do you think you’ll be reading next?

So here are my answers:

What are you currently reading? 


My good friend Shaina, treat over at The Urge to Write, just debuted her first, self-published novel. Its FREE all day today, and then goes up to 2.99. I can’t wait to dive in and read her book!


I couldn’t wait for this book to come out, and asked Susan Ee if she’d be interested in doing an interview for the blog. Not only is she interested BUT she sent me an ARC of World After :)

What did you recently finish reading?


The last and final book of the Legend trilogy was released Tuesday and I finished this in less than three hours, and it’ll have a spoiler-free review tomorrow for the Book of the Week.


The finale book for the Covenant series, you can read the spoiler free review here.

What do you you think you’ll be reading next? 


I started this, I just need to go back and finish it. Its really great, and really informative but there’s no story so its hard to get through. But I want to dive back into it and find out more about Shadowhunters and their history.


I was gifted this by a friend, and I’ve heard many many many good things about this, so I hope to get into that soon too!

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What about you guys? Share what you’re reading, what you plan to read, and all of that fun book jazz in the comments below!

8 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday!

  1. Ariyanna says:

    I am currently reading Kiss by Ted Dekker. I really enjoy his writing. His books usually have a supernatural and/or religious tone to them. I recently finished reading the perks of being a wallflower which I really enjoyed. By next book to read will either be Allegiant or Beautiful Chaos.

      • Ariyanna says:

        He’s a Christian author and his books are usually in the genres of fantasy, thriller, horror, and/or mystery. The first book I ever read by him was titled House. He has quite a few novels so I tend to jump around. Some of his books are part of a series. But you can start with House or Boneman’s Daughters. The Bride Collector is a good one too. I think all his books are good though so I’m kind of biased lol.

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