Wednesday, April 12, 2017

What Are You Reading? ~ April 12, 2017

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What are you Reading?  Let me know what your current read is, what you recently finish reading, and what you plan on reading next! 

Here's my list:

I'm currently reading Ever the Hunted by Erin Summerill. So far it's pretty good! 

I'm also still listening to Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. I'm really enjoying it!

Unfortunately, I didn't finish anything this week.

What's next? I'm thinking about reading Leap of Hope by Shannon Winslow. 

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I'm linking up with This Week In Books hosted by Lipsyy Lost & Found.

And with Sam @ Taking on a World of Words

So, tell me, what are you reading? 


  1. Both the ones you're working on do sound great when I looked them up. Leap of Hope is on my radar, too.

    At the moment, I'm listening to Frost by MP Kozlowsky and reading No Ordinary Killing by Jeff Dawson.

    1. Hey, Sophia Rose! Ooh! Frost sounds so good! Adding it to my TBR pile! NOK sounds good, too. I hope you enjoy both your books!

      I'm looking forward to Leap of Hope! I really like the idea of Shannon's series.

  2. Read Ever the Hunted, it wasn't too bad. Glad to hear you are enjoying it. The Red Queen looks interesting. I hope I get around to that myself

    1. Hi, Lily B! Yes, I've been enjoying Ever the Hunted, but it does seem to be easy to put down. It's not calling out to me like a really great book will do. I can't decide if I'm in a reading slump or just too busy these days! And the Red Queen, I'm only listening to it when I workout, but I don't like the break between listening. Haha! I may have to just finish reading it and go back to listening to music while working out. :)

      Sorry about the million comments I left on your blog. I didn't realize you were holding them. The first two I did on my phone and thought there was a glitch or something. After the third, which I did on the computer, I gave up. Now I see you have all them! Again, sorry about that. Please delete a couple!

  3. Today Amazon brought me paperback copies of Unwilling by Elizabeth Adams (read this online and loved it so much I had to have it the way one can only have a story as you hold it in your hands), Mistress by Sophie Turner (just the cover admonishment makes me want to read it), and The Coming of Age of Elizabeth Bennet, by Caitlin Williams (comes to me highly recommended by author Beau North). I shall start Caitlin's tonight.

    1. Hi, Linda! Lucky you! I've read two of Elizabeth Adams books and loved both! I really want to read Mistress, too! I hope you enjoy them all! I know what you mean - to hold a book in your hands is the best!


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