WWW: January 10th

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)The Fragile Thread of HopeA Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares
Pretty sure I’ll be finishing A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares today. I’m only a fifth into The Fragile Thread of Hope but it’s proving to be a hard one in terms of feelings and is pretty confrontational so I’m taking my time with that one!

What did you recently finish reading?

Faking FriendsAutoboyographyJames: Witch-HunterMoxie

What are you reading next?

That’s for my TBR jar to decide! But, as usual, here’s my current overview of eARC’s I have yet to read:

Paris AdriftMore Than We Can TellLove Connection
Their Christmas Miracle (Charity, Montana #2)IndecisionThe Demon's Angel

That’s it!
How has your reading been so far? Ticked off your first read of 2018 yet?
Was it a good one?!



20 thoughts on “WWW: January 10th

    1. I know right?! Paris Adrift is one I pretty much requested because of the cover, haha.

      Ooh, Warcross is love!! Can’t wait for my Christmas gift to arrive – my brother just ordered those earlier this week so I’m getting them tomorrow. I know he ordered one of Marie Lu’s other series!

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    2. Lol, I’d do the same thing.

      I’m a little desperate for the sequel, which isn’t a good sign. I’m jealous of Emi’s hair, not the upkeep though. Let me know about her other series. I’m interested to see how they are!

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    3. Ooh, the hair. Yes, plea-hease! Maybe one day.. But I reckon I’m getting “too old” for it and my colleagues would all have a fit…
      I will! Although I have no clue when I’ll read them, as usual.. :’)


  1. Ha! Probably because I put the wrong author! (Sorry, it’s late. :)) The Shadow Tribe is by Jaffrey Clark.
    “Aruna is a land of magic. It’s capitol, the city of Terron, is home to some very unique, magical children. Homeless, destitute, and searching for answers to explain their condition, their search first leads them to each other. Second, it puts them on a collision course with the sorcerer, Abigor. With few allies in a world that has forgotten them, the Shadow Tribe begins to make itself known.”

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