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?
Wow! It has been a full month since my last WWW Wednesday post. I mentioned in my November wrap up that I had a not so great month of reading in terms of finishing books so I didn’t really see the point in posting WWW during November.
I’m back in the reading game now and have recently finished two awesome books! These were both ARCs that I had received from the publisher and they both ended up being 4 star reads for me. The Wolf Road is kind of a post apocalyptic dystopian adventure about a girl named Elka who realizes that the man who found and raised her is a killer. Love and First Sight is the story of a high school boy named Will who was born blind and is re-entering mainstream school after attending a school for the blind. This was my first finished book towards #readthemargin challenge.
Currently I am reading two books for the #readthemargin challenge. Labyrinth Lost was actually the first book that I had started for the challenge but I’m kind of struggling through it. I started None of the Above this morning and am really enjoying it so far. It is about a girl who finds out that she is intersex.
Since the #readthemargin challenge lasts the entire month of December, I decided to put these two beauties on hold for awhile. I was originally going to come back to them in January but I hate leaving books partially read when transitioning to a new year so I may rethink that decision at some point. Technically A Breath of Snow and Ashes would work because it was written by a woman and Gemina was half written by a woman but I may just have to stray a bit from the challenge to read those so I can start 2017 with no partially read books.
Next up on my TBR will be any one of these books that doesn’t have a green star. Those are the two that I have either finished or am currently reading for #readthemargin. Any votes for which of these I should read next?
What have you been reading lately?