WWW Wednesday

Hello, bookish friends! 🍁 🍂

Welcome back to another WWW Wednesday! In case you missed any of my other WWW Wednesday posts, here is the idea behind the tag:

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @Taking On A World Of Words, the rules are simple you just have to answer these three questions:

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

Let’s dive in!

What am I currently reading?

  • It’s time for Audrey Rose and Thomas Cresswell’s story to come to end. If I’m being honest, I’m not really sad to see this series go after how much I disliked the last book. Here’s to hoping Capturing the Devil will be a little better!
  • Ninth House is everything I never knew I wanted and then some. Don’t get me wrong this is definitely a dark and unsettling story but so far I am loving the hell out of this and can’t wait to see where the rest of the story goes.
  • I am officially diving into my first Stephen King novel…ever. I may be just a tiny bit late to the party, okay, maybe a few decades late. But better late than never right?

What did I recently finish reading?


  • Another CoHo book knocked off my TBR! While this one was definitely not my favorite – in usual CoHo fashion she was able to make the ending pack a punch. Now which book of hers to read next?
  • It felt so good to dive back into the world of Roar. I really enjoyed Rage but now I’m dying for the next book after that ending! Plus, I’m also a little sad because I think one of favorite ships has officially died, but a girl still has a tiny bit of hope.

What will I read next?

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  • This gem just graciously made it’s way into my e-mail’s inbox and I may or may not have screamed. No one does magical, atmospheric books quite like Shea Ernshaw and I am STOKED to read her latest novel that will be out on shelves this November!

Until next time,


5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

    1. It’s been really great, but I still have about 300 pages to go 🤣

      I was not expecting the plot to go in the direction it is but I’m totally loving it. It definitely is a much darker read so I would advise looking up trigger warnings beforehand if you’re concerned about that!


  1. I think I need to reread Roar. For some reason, it just didn’t grab me and I really wanted it to! Maybe it’s worth another shot? Nice post! I’m also wanting to read Ninth House and basically anything Leigh Bardugo writes 😀


    1. If you can make some room for it in your reading schedule I would say give it another go haha! Sometimes I think the timing of when we read books also has a big impact on our reading experience. I’ve put down books I wasn’t enjoying and tried them again a few months or years later and ended up loving them, so maybe that could be the case for you.

      If Leigh Bardugo writes it, we read it. We don’t make the rules 😂

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