The WWW Wednesday meme is currently hosted by Sam of “Taking on a World of Words”! The meme consists of 3 W questions that we are supposed to answer for each WWW Wednesday. The questions are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
|I am working on getting through “Fablehaven” finally. I am roughly halfway through the book now. It feels like I have been stuck on “Fablehaven” for awhile now, but I am not one to DNF a book, so I am pushing through it. I have started a NetGalley book I have called “Ballad For a Mad Girl” that seemed more interesting in the synopsis than the few pages I have read already of it. I also am a few pages into “Goodnight Kiss 2” which is the sequel to the book I reviewed on Monday here. I am hoping that it will live up to the fun I had with the first one!|
|Because I am chugging through “Fablehaven” I haven’t really gotten any additional reading done, besides “Goodnight Kiss” that I reviewed yesterday. I am probably going to have to read some graphic novels to try to even it out and feel like I am making some headway on getting some items I have read. I have several graphic novels checked out from the library and also I have some advanced copies between Edelweiss and NetGalley that I need to get around to as well. Probably will do those, so that next week’s WWW doesn’t look the same as this weeks!|
|I plan on getting to “The Fifth Petal” sooner rather than later, since it is the book I have out from the “Blogging for Books” site that I mentioned last week. I want to make sure to get it done this month, since it has a witch focus that would be awesome to have read for the Halloween season. I got my first two ever approvals on Edelweiss and for some reason I want to get to them sooner rather than later. They are “In Ever Moment We Are Still Alive” by Tom Malmquist and “The Once and Future Queen” that is a graphic novel published by Dark Horse comics.
This is the synopsis for “In Every Moment We Are Still Alive”:
By turns tragic and redemptive, meditative and breathless, achingly poignant and darkly funny, this autobiographical novel has been described as ’hypnotic’, ’impossible to resist’ and ’one of the most powerful books about grief ever written’.”
This book is one that I am wanting to read so badly! Which is why after I finally get done with a few of these this is going to get devoured and may even supercede some of the things that I wanted to do to get to it. I was super excited that I got approved for it!
What book are you looking forward to next? Leave a comment below answering this question and if you are book blogger leave a link to your blog below so I can check you out!