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WWW Wednesday // Maybe I should just do this once a month?

Hello, sweet peas!

It’s time for the WWW Wednesday again. I’m a bit tired today but I hope I can keep my thoughts straight and put a proper post up for you. Are you even intersted to know what I’m reading at the moment? Well, I’m interested in telling you about it, so you have no choice. 😉

The three WWWs are:

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

Alcatraz vs. the evil librarians by Brandon Sanderson

Did I gush about reading all the arcs that I got from my autoapproval yet? I’m so happy about that. Of course I’ve gone completely overboard but if I don’t start, I won’t get anywhere. I have never read a books by Brandon Sanderson, but I know that his books are quite popular. (Never heard about this one from you, though?)
I have only just started this one, so I can’t really say anything about it though.

The Matchbreaker Summer by Annie Rains

A book I was reading for a blogtour. My post is going up tomorrow, although it’s not gonna be a review (yet) since I was rather disappointed by it. The review comes after the blogtour is over. Stay tuned for this one. 😀

The Secret Wild by Alex Evelyn

Another one of my new arcs. (Still so excited about the auto-approval. Are you sick of me yet?) I absolutely love this cover and I’m feeling nostalgic for one of my favourite books, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett lately, and this could be really sweet. I’m looking forward to it.

What are you up to this week? What are your current and past reads? Do you know any of the books I have on my list?

6 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday // Maybe I should just do this once a month?

  1. Alcatraz vs. the evil librarians looks so COOL! And The Secret Wild looks so pretty! Hope you enjoy all your books. And yes, I do enjoy reading these posts, I always love seeing what people are reading.

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  2. These look like some interesting books! I’ve read a Sanderson book or three, but not the one you have listed. My experience with his work has been hit or miss. I’m not among his legions of die-hard fans.

    Also, to answer the question in your post title, I’d say do them as often as you feel like it. Weekly, monthly, daily…. whatever. 😉

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    1. I keep forgetting the WWW. I quite enjoy the post and also like to look what others are reading but it just…kinda slips my mind?

      So far I think the Sanderson book is quite nice but I’m not that far in yet.


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