Happy Wednesday everyone! I’m sorry I’ve been absent lately. I just couldn’t find the motivation to blog. Today I had my first lecture as well, and since it was just an introductory meeting, it wasn’t all that special. But the course seems really fun! It’s called “The Drivers and Implications of Security Privatization.” Anyway, let me stop rambling and let y’all know what I’ve been reading!
WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Books, and all you need to do is answer these three questions:
– What are you currently reading?
– What did you recently finish reading?
– And what do you think you’ll read next?
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What I’m currently reading:www wednesdaywww wednesday
The Library of the Unwritten
By A.J. Hackwith
So that last time I posted a WWW Wednesday, I was reading Shorefall. Except I had to pause it for a bit because I just could not concentrate, which is not the book’s fault, I should mention. Anyway, currently I’m reading The Library of the Unwritten, which is a book for my books about books reading challenge! I haven’t read a book about books for a while, so I thought it was high time. I’m currently about 100 pages in, and the plot is really picking up now.
What I just finished reading:www wednesday
By Emily A. Duncan
I read Wicked Saints between pausing Shorefall and picking up The Library of the Unwritten. I’ve owned it for a while, but I never really got to it, and it never was high on my TBR list. But then I saw someone on Twitter make a thread about it and my curiosity piqued. I really enjoyed this book, even though it wasn’t entirely what I expected. It does have one of my favorite tropes, though, which is the infiltration trope. I loved seeing the MC become stronger throughout the story, and I’m seriously curious to see where the story will go in the sequel, Ruthless Gods.
What I’ll read next:WWW Wednesdaywww wednesday
The City We Became
So I’m never sure what I’ll pick up next when I’ve only just started a different book, so I’m gonna go with what I said last time! I bought The City We Became on a whim a while ago, because the store had it in paperback and it was kinda cheap. I read the first page and really liked what I saw, so that’s definitely promising! The premise sounds incredibly interesting, and it takes place in one of my favorite cities: New York! I’ve always kind of loved the glam and grime of New York City, and I’ve visited five times, so I’m excited to see this city come to life in a different way in this book.