Hello bookworms!! Welcome to this week’s WWW Wednesday — 13 April 2022!!
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words, where you answer the three following questions:
- What did you recently finish?
- What are you currently reading?
- And, what do you think you’ll read next?
Let’s see what I read!
6 – 12 April 2022
I am (surprisingly) somewhat sticking to my April TBR. Of the 5 books I originally picked, I’ve read two and now started another. I have also snuck in a few ebooks from my ebook buying binge in March. I do need to tick a few more books off my physical TBR this month, but we’ll see either what takes my fancy, OR I might do another roll for Bookopoly. (Or maybe I’ll even finish a TBR from a previous month!!)
I have definitely been on a reading high this past week, as I finished FOUR books. Mini reviews will come in my monthly wrap up, but this week I finished:
- The Recovery Agent (Gabriela Rose #1) by Janet Evanovich
- Kamila Knows Best by Farah Heron
- Mr Wrong Number by Lynn Painter
- Say Yes to the Hot Mess (Love Mishaps #2) by Gracie Ruth Mitchell
I could be in a mini fantasy slump after all that JLA and SJM I’ve slogged through recently. I have started Only a Monster by Vanessa Len, but I keep getting distracted by shiny new ebooks. I plan to dedicate a bit more time to it this weekend though!
I’ve also picked up Don’t Hate the Player by Alexis Nedd again — hopefully will finish it this time. And I’m back on the bandwagon with The Enchantress Returns by Chris Colfer too.
I still have 2 books left on the TBR. After that we are FREEEEEEEE!! There are two Pondathon II sidequests up at the moment though. One is to read a book either by an author with Autism (luckily I have a list here), or a Muslim author. And the other is to read a diverse sci-fi or historical fiction book. So, let’s look at some options!!
- Midnight Sun (Twilight #5) by Stephenie Meyer (TBR)
- Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup (Yesterday Crumb #1) by Andy Sagar (TBR)
- Furthermore (Furthermore #1) by Tahereh Mafi (Muslim author)
- Hana Khan Carries On by Uzma Jalaluddin (Muslim author)