WWW Wednesday – June 19, 2019

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World Of Words.
Each week we answer the following three questions:
-What have you recently finished reading?
-What are you currently reading?
-What are you reading next?

Another slow month of reading so far. We’ve been working on a lot of projects around the house again so I haven’t had as much time to read outside of my lunch breaks. I’ve had some review copies piling up so I’ve mostly been working my way through those.

Recently Finished

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We Were Killers Once by Becky Masterman was a great thriller where the author explored a what-if scenario about the murders Truman Capote wrote about in In Cold Blood.  I just finished Mrs. Everything on Sunday and really enjoyed it. Lots of feels so prepare yourself.

Currently Reading

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I have a few on hold that I’ve been in the middle of for awhile but I haven’t been actively reading them for weeks (or months… oops). I am currently in the middle of The Summer Country by Lauren Willig. I got a finished copy from the publisher for review after loving her last book, The English Wife. I’m really enjoying this one even though I’m not very far into it yet. I have been reading way more historical fiction this year than I have the last couple of years so it’s fitting in perfectly with my mood.

Up Next

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The next two review copies on my list to read are Soul of the Sword by Julie Kagawa and Lock Every Door by Riley Sager.  Soul of the Sword is the sequel to The Shadow of the Fox, which was a 5 star read for me last year so I’m really excited to read this one.  Lock Every Door will be my first book by Riley Sager but I’ve heard great things about her previous books and I’ve also been really into mystery/thrillers this year.  I’ll probably start off with Soul of the Sword since that one publishes next week.


What have you been reading lately?

5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – June 19, 2019

  1. I’m excited to read Lock Every Door. I’ve kinda been saving it for Halloween time. 😀
    And I’m a little afraid to read Mrs. Everything, but I think it’s up next.

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  2. Maren, I am pleased to hear you have been enjoying more historical fiction this year. Recently, I have been reading Louisa May Alcott’s children’s classic, Jo’s Boys; Joanne M. Harris’ mythological Runemarks; and Christian worship leader Vicky Beeching’s memoir, Undivided. Happy reading!

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