My very first WWW Wednesday! In an attempt to soothe my horrible memory issues as well as share more of what I’m reading, I’ve decided to try to do this every week. WWW Wednesday is a weekly tag hosted by Taking on a World of Words, in which you answer the following three W’s:
🌿 What are you currently reading?
🌿 What have you finished reading recently?
🌿 What are you planning on reading next?
I finally decided to check out the book that absolutely took over my Twitter timeline not too long ago, A Lesson in Thorns by Sierra Simone! My friend Madison Mary devoured it so quickly and raved about it to us, and from then I knew I’d be picking it up eventually. Pretty much everyone is bisexual and wants each other? Sign me the hell up.
My thriller mood is in full swing. Thankfully, the setting of a summer camp in The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager really set the tone for that transitional period into autumn for me! I definitely liked it more than Final Girls, also by Riley Sager, which I finished at the end of last month and left me feeling more meh than anything else. Still, I haven’t been blown away yet by any of his books, though I’m still going to pick up his most recent release!
The Barnes and Noble YA Book Club pick for this month is I’m Not Dying With You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal, which looks so intense and like it’ll be a punch to the heart (or maybe I’m just hoping it is). The club actually meets tomorrow night, and I host the meeting at my branch, so I should probably get to that… immediately 😬 After that, I want to pick up The Babysitters Coven by Kate Williams, a book that I have an e-arc of and I’ve been itching to get to! It comes out September 17, so I hope to have a review up here soon!
That’s all for now! I’ve been trying to pull myself out of a reading slump caused by depression, so audiobooks have been my weapon of choice in getting past it. With any luck, I’ll be picking up the pace with physical/ebook reads and returning to my normal reading speed soon! What are you currently reading?