WWW Wednesday // back with the WWW

Posted 21-04-2021 by Marion in Features / 4 Comments

Hello, sweet peas!

Oh, I just saw it’s been a month since I last wrote one of those posts. Oh, well. As always I’ve been super excited about blogging and reading more at the beginning of the month and as always it’s just not happening. It’s probably useless to get all mucked-up about it. We should all just do what we can, right?

Anyway, since I’m here, I’ll show you the WWWs for this week. (And maybe more.)

The three WWWs are:

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

I’m still reading The Double-Helix by Trudi Trueit (Goodreads) and I still don’t wanna put it on the list anymore. I don’t want to give up on it but I’m not reading that much at the moment. And since IT by Stephen King (Goodreads) is also a completely different project, I won’t put that one here either.

Percy Jackson’s Greek Heroes by Rick Riordan


I’m pretty close to sliding into a reading slump. I just know it. I’ve started too many books and I cannot finish anything, so I did what I always do when a slump is coming on – I turn to a Percy Jackson book. It always helps. I have just started it but I’m already really into it.


The Midnight Library by Matt Haig


I have finally started it. Even though I already wanted to read it last month. But better late than never, right? I quite like it so far, it has a lot of great quotes. There are some things that confuse me about the overall message of this book though. I hope it gets clearer later.


The Dragon in the Library by Louie Stowell

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I saw it on Scribd and then I heard that Sammie was reading it and I thought I’d take a look. I’m mostly confused though and not really convinced. Maybe that’s why I haven’t finished it yet, even though it’s rather short.


The Girl in Wooden Armour by Conrad Mason

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One of my eArcs! Maybe they should take the ability of getting eArcs from me. I’m just rubbish at reading them for a deadline. I like this book and I hope, I will still finish it this month.


I’m just gonna pick one of them because I really don’t want to write everything down that I’ve read since I’ve last posted a WWW. Not that it would be that much but still.

Pages & Co. – Tilly and the Lost Fairytales by Anna James

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I really liked this book although I have to admit I shouldn’t have let that much time come between the first book and this one. There were a few things that I had forgotten and I was utterly confused. But I still loved it and I will definitly write a review for this one.


Honestly, I don’t know yet. I think I’m gonna finish my currents first before I’m thinking about future books.

Do you know any of the books on my list? What have you been reading? What are you planning on reading?

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4 responses to “WWW Wednesday // back with the WWW

    • I’m really not sure so far but I hope I will like it in the end. It surely has a lot of great quotes in there that give you a lot to think about. 🙂

  1. Louise

    I really liked The Midnight Library! I think its a great story with a strong message! I hope you end up liking it 🙂

    • Thank you, Louise!
      I’m really curious about it. I’m at that bit with the Olympic swimming and am wondering how long that chapter is.

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