WWW Wednesday | 18 May 2022
We meet again with another WWW Wednesday book meme!
The WWW Wednesday meme was hosted by MizV at A Daily Rhythm. It is now revived by Taking a World of Words.
This is a simple meme where you have to answer the three W’s of a reader’s life.
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
And then link the host’s blog to your post and if possible leave a comment in theirs.
After a few dull months of reading, I am getting back to a rhythm. It is not too much but I am happy with my pace. So here I am, sharing my weekly reading update with you.
1)What are you currently reading?
Currently, I am reading Magic Lies and Deadly Pies by Misha Popp. This is a cosy mystery with a touch of magic. Our main character has a gift of making magical pies and she is using her talent by being a vigilante. However, she lands herself in a pickle after an unexpected event happens. So far, I am having a good time. I won’t call it a compelling page-turner but the book has this warm and cosy feeling of a pie and I am all in for that. I am yet to encounter the mystery element even though I have read about 25% of the book. If only the mystery element is as great as the pie, it would be the perfect cosy mystery to curl up with.
2)What did you recently finish reading?
I have been hearing a lot about Hook Line and Sinker in the bookish community. The method reader that I am, I cannot skip order in a series even if it is a companion novel. Well, I don’t like to be left out on the inside jokes, if you know what I mean. So I started with It Happened One Summer. After binging Schitt’s Creek, I knew exactly what to expect, and the book delivered just that. It didn’t try to be anything else. This is a fun romantic comedy set on a beachside village and I sure as hell became part of that world while reading it.
3)What do you think you’ll read next?
The next book that I am planning to read is A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena. This is a YA mystery thriller. The book starts when the main character and her male friend are found dead in a car crash in Jeddah. Zarin is the girl that your parents warn you to be not friends with, but a journey into her past reveals she is so much more than ” a girl like that” label. I am really looking forward to reading this one. I am expecting emotional rollercoasters and intrigue all bundled up in a neat package.
Those are my weekly reading updates. I hope you enjoyed reading about them. Let me know in the comment section, what book you are reading at the moment. How do you feel about it? I would love to know that.
Happy Reading Everyone!!