WWW Wednesday | 2.19.2020

WWW Wednesday - Weekly Blog Tag

It’s Wednesday, and that means it is time for WWW Wednesday! WWW Wednesdays is a weekly tag that is currently being hosted by Taking on a World of Words! Wondering how WWW Wednesday works? Just answer the three Ws!

Those three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?

Kiss of Vengeance
Cover from Goodreads.com

I finally picked up my Advanced Reader Copy of Kiss of Vengeance by S. Young! I’m about 15% into it, and I’m loving it! Samantha Young knows how to write engaging characters, so I can’t wait to dive into this book more! 

I am also reading Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg. I’m about 50% into this book, and it really is fascinating. I’ve heard a lot about this book, so I’m excited to finally read it and make up my own mind! 

What did you recently finish reading?

Cover of Caffeine by Michael Pollan
Cover from Goodreads.com

The last book I finished was Caffeine: How Caffeine Created the Modern World by Michael Pollan. I enjoyed it, but I have to admit, as a coffee lover, I felt personally attacked at moments. The book read like a textbook written by someone who grumpily gave up coffee. 

What do you think you’ll read next?

Cover from Goodreads.com

My next book is probably going to be A Touch of Death by Rebecca Crunden. This book looks like it will be right up my alley, so I can’t wait to dive into it! 

Now that I have answered the three Ws, it’s your turn! Let me know your answers in the comments!

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12 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday | 2.19.2020

  1. I just finished Always Yours by Kennedy Fox, We Used to Be Friends by Amy Spalding and Tweet Cute.
    I’m m currently reading The Struggle by Jennifer L Armentrout and an ARC of Great and Precious Things by Rebecca Yarros.
    And next I plan on reading Vengeful and Ashlords.

      1. I finished it already. It had some deep sentiments, but it was still simple. Most of the poems were super short, shorter than a haiku. I’m now reading House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig

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