IT’S THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF AUTUMN! I get very excited in September, when the leaves start to change and the weather cools. When it’s drizzle instead of sunshine, and fluffy socks instead of flip flops. It also means I can crack out all my favourite colour Snag tights, curl up with a book, and relax. On a practical basis my migraines tend to be better in the cooler – less sunny – seasons, so I’m generally glad to see the back of summer. Yeah. It just all feels GOOD.
Back to business.
As always, WWW Wednesday asks three basic questions about reading:
- What have you recently finished reading?
- What are you currently reading?
- What are you planning on reading next?
What have you recently finished reading?
For once I stuck to my plans outlined last time, and read one of my planned books. My review of This Coven Won’t Break will go up soon! I squeezed it in right in the last days of the month, so it will also make my August Wrap Up that I’ll be posting even sooner. I’ve decided to start doing monthly wrap ups to help keep track of my reading more than anything, especially as it’s difficult with ARCs; GoodReads doesn’t register them until after a publication date so it’s tricky. Anyway – I loved the second book as much as I did These Witches Don’t Burn and I’ll praise it in all its glory soon.
What are you currently reading?
This week is designated to reading ARCs that need reviewing. My NetGalley list is building up a tad and I’ve also got a lot of blog tours scheduled for September. My son goes back to school on the 7th, so I’m going to try and squeeze in some last quality time this week before hand too – it’s all a fine balancing act.
What are you planning on reading next?
Ah, my weekly failure of a question. I’m awful at even planning what socks to wear, so planning in advance what books to read is a difficult one. After enjoying The Inheritance Games so much, I’m keen for another mystery. I think I’ll be reading A Touch of Gold as I’m due to review the second book in a few weeks, and I’m eager to get going. It’s nice to read a physical book sometimes when so many ARCs are on my Kindle.
I’m also expecting a very exciting parcel of books that I can’t wait to tell you more about when it arrives!