Wednesday, April 26, 2017

WWW Wednesday 26 April 2017

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WWW Wednesday is a weekly feature hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. I won't share every Wednesday but I do think it's fun to occasionally check in with what everyone is reading so be sure to share in the comments. If you share your answers on social media, be sure to link to your responses on the main site and visit some of the other contributors.

The Three Ws are:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently reading: I first started working with World Weaver Press since they are the publisher for my friend Rebecca's Shards of History series (which you've heard a lot about here, here, and here). I've found the quality of storytelling among their authors to be very good. I'm currently reading another WWP publication, Dream Eater by K. Bird Lincoln.  Miss R and I are currently reading Wild Born (Spirit Animals #1) by Brandon Mull. I recently received several boxes of hand-me-down books from a neighbor and we picked this book out of that box. 


Recently finished: Miss R has been on a kick of The Adventures of Sophie Mouse series. These books are really not at her level for reading to herself much less for me reading them to her but she's enjoying them. Each one only takes one or two nights to finish (depending on what time we get upstairs to read). We're waiting to get The Girl Who Drank the Moon back from the library to finish that. On my own list, I've recently finished The Night the Lights Went Out by Karen White and The Shop on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber (review next month).  


Reading next: I've started three different books that I haven't finished so I will be finishing those! Shattered Fates by Rebecca Roland (releasing May 23rd - I will post my review then), Daughter of Deaths by Christopher Mannino and A Witch Before Dying by Heather Blake.  



  1. Spirit Animals and Sophie Mouse go right on my to be read list! Thanks for the recommendations.
    Our WWW is here:

    1. We're still fairly early in Spirit Animals but so far we're enjoying it. The Sophie Mouse series is very sweet.


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