Good Morning World,
I hope you’re having a good week! I’ve been keeping very busy, so let’s jump right into the meat and potatoes of this post!
Every Wednesday I participate in a meme called WWW Wednesday.
This meme is a challenge where you simply share what you’re reading, what you’ve recently finished, and what you hope to read in the near future.
The meme is currently handled by Taking On A World of Words, and anybody can participate.
Simply read the 3 W questions below and answer them should you want to:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
Still traumatised by the events of Halloween in the tiny village of Basard, Vicky Murtagh has moved to the Irish city of Galway to forge a new life, but the ghosts of her past have followed her west.
Veterinarian, John Tighe, wants to find out why the city’s pets are viciously attacking their owners. As violence increases on the streets of Galway, he wonders if the conspiracy theories of the shut-in who lives in the apartment across from his might make sense.
The Better Living Program promises to revolutionise people’s lives, but Violet Casey is more interested in learning how to use its business model to become as successful as its creator. Could the company that has rejuvenated Galway also be responsible for its downfall?
Three people linked by a web of horror as their lives descend into 7 Weeks in Hell, to Hell or to Galway.
Opinion so far:
I’m just under three quarters of the way through this book, and I’m having a really good time! I think I may even like this book better than the first one as crazy as that is. The characters Vicky and John are great (John’s actually my favorite so far), and there’s some good progression going along. Oh, and the plot is sooo creepy!
Hoping to finish this tomorrow most likely.
All Nimue wants is a peaceful life, but her past won’t leave her alone. And when her friend Iseult brings news that her old rival Morgawse has been abducted, an impending catastrophe lands on her doorstep. And worse, the wizard responsible is Nimue’s ex, Nostradamus.
Dragged into another adventure, Nimue confronts her former flame as he wages a desperate quest, only to be thrust deeper into an escalating crisis. As Nimue struggles to unravel what is happening, she discovers dark secrets that threaten the heart of magical energy. Now it’s her fate to rescue magic for every witch and wizard, including her friends. Trouble is, she wants no part of being magic’s saviour.
Will Nimue step up as a champion? Or will she let the magical world die?
This follow up to Eternal Myths was fun, and although I felt the characters needed a bit more progression and the plot to slow down a smidgen, this was still an overall good time that I recommend to anyone who loves Arthurian Legends.
Book Review: Past Legends
Next on my TBR:
Opinion so far:
I made some serious strides this month catching up on my TBR, and in return I have a lot more freedom than I did before. February will definitely be a fun month, and soon I’ll need to rethink on my TBR and where I want to go with it. Just thinking about it gets me excited!
Up next on my reading journey will be The Undead Mr. Tenpenny by Tammie Painter. After loving her Domna series and all her great short stories, I’ve been looking forward to this one. Fingers crossed it’s as amazing as it looks!
After that, I’ll be reading Starsight by Brandon Sanderson. This is the second book in the Skyward series, and if it’s anything like the first book, I think I’ll have a great time! I’m also reading this to do my due diligence on series this year and try to read books in succession as closely together as possible.
Last but certainly not least is Liars and Thieves, the first in the Unraveling the Veil series by D. Wallace Peach. I’ve never read anything by her to date, but I’ve been anticipating the catchup on my TBR to give this one a shot for a couple months. So ready for it!
Wish me luck on my reading journey, and best of luck to you too!
That’s a Wrap!
Okay folks, that’s my WWW Wednesday for this week.
What does your reading pile look like? Have you read any of the books on my list? Do you have any opinions or feedback on the books I chose? Feel free to share in the comments, and don’t forget to subscribe or follow my bookish journeys!
Happy Reading Everyone!
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I’m currently in the midst of reading Rainbow Valley by LM Montgomery, Once Upon a Dream by Liz Braswell and When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon I will also be starting Royally Screwed by Emma Chase soon and I hope to finish all 4 of these by Sunday.
Oh goodness that sounds busy! I admire those that can handle multiple books at a time. My head would explode!
I used to only be able to read one at a time but last year I started reading multiple books at a time and it worked so every now and then I will read several at once but I usually don’t do it all the time.
Oh okay. Maybe I should try it sometime, although my life is already super chaotic without adding that to it. Haha!
Well, that made me happy, Jonny. 🙂 It sounds like you’re enjoying your current reads, and I really hope the ones coming up are just as enjoyable. Thanks!
Haha, yeah! I’m excited for yours, I just had to burn through some oldies bulking up my Kindle. The struggle is real!
Me too, and good luck on your reading journeys!
I can relate!
Yes, you have been reading a lot this month. I liked both 7 Days and 7 Weeks, fun times.:-) Currently I’m reading a horror novel in verse called Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow. It’s bizarre, after awhile you forget you’re reading poetry.
Aww, thanks! I’ve slowed down a little with the new year, but not much.
Oh, that sounds scary. Is it poetry about monsters with sharp fangs and things that go bump in the night?
It’s werewolf-like action, but not your typical werewolves. They’re very mystic. I’m not yet at the halfway point, so I don’t know if the book will end up more traditional or stay in this vein. Guess I’ll have to keep reading to see.:-)
Hmm, that sounds really refreshing actually. Kudos to them for switching it up!