WWW: December 6th

Hi Munchworms!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World of Words where you answer three fixed questions.

What are you currently reading?

Days of Blood & Starlight (Daughter of Smoke & Bone, #2)Heir of Fire (Throne of Glass, #3)

I knooow, bad me for having two books on here again but I’m doing a buddy read, okay?! I’m halfway through Heir of Fire.
And I’m leaving
 Days of Blood and Starlight until January because I want to focus on Diverse December! Although I might pick it up once in a while, so who knows.

What did you recently finish reading?

Thirteen Reasons WhySweet Dreams Baby (Love at the Chocolate Shop #12)If Only for a Time

I still have a little bit to go in If Only for a Time but I’m sure I’ll finish it today!

What are you reading next?

I think I’m going to keep this overview of my eARC’s and author requests in every WWW I do. Simply because it makes me ashamed and motivated me to actually read them, haha.

Paris AdriftSwan SongThe Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air, #1)Almost Invincible (The White Knight & Black Valentine Series Book 3)Faking Friends
The Little Wedding IslandThe Fragile Thread of HopeJames: Witch-HunterContainment (Winter Solstice, #2)

Apart from these, I have some diverse reads in my near future as well – doh!
I think one of these will be next…

Wonder Woman: Warbringer (DC Icons, #1)Daughter of the Burning CityWicked Like a Wildfire (Hibiscus Daughter, #1)

So, how have you been doing since last Wednesday?
What reading challenges / read-a-thons are you joining?



32 thoughts on “WWW: December 6th

    1. I’m still working on my review, haha. But I can tell you that I did care for it a lot. Mainly because some things in there are pretty close to me personally – triggers all the way – so it’s hard not to care about it.

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    1. I cried like a baby, but it’s simply pretty confrontational to me. I knew up front that there are some triggers in there that get to me every single time but since I know I can handle it – apart from the crying, haha – I just pulled through anyway.

      Loved it. It’s very confronting and straight-forward. Really shows you how a small action can have enormous consequences in someone’s life.

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    2. I know. I read it years ago when I was still studying and always recommend it. As you know, I worry about triggers too but thankfully, I read them when I was better… It was a great read. I’ve yet to watch the adaptation though…

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    3. I know what my triggers are – which is a huge help – and the good thing is that I also know that I can handle them. I’m at a good place, fortunately, so although they strike me down sometimes, it’s not that deep that I can’t back up again. And sometimes I just like being able to feel that pain, reminds me of the things I’ve overcome.
      The ending of that adaption is hard. So hard. There are some scenes in the series that made me tear up quite a bit, but that end.. I literally could not watch it and simply looked out the window. It’s so different when you get the actual visuals..

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    4. I heard about the triggers that might be in the adaptation. and I was advised not to watch it yet. I’m glad that somehow you watched it and the way you share your state, I can see that you’re doing better and Im happy for you. 🙂 🙂 You’re an inspiration. *Hugs*

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    5. If you’re not in a good place and very wary of triggers right now, the advice you got is definitely right. It might drag you down to no end if you watch it too soon.
      Thank you! I really hope you get there as well, but things like that always take time. And if you want to talk, you know where to find me. 🙂

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