WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday

Hey readers, Happy New Year! I hope everything is well with you!

Before I begin, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for following me! I aim to post content that is engaging for you; I’m so glad many of you agree and I want to continue growing and learning. Classes are underway again so I’ll try to be as consistent as possible with my posts 🙏🏽

Now, time for the first WWW Wednesday of 2020! To refresh your memory: WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World of Words. I write down what I finished reading, what I’m currently reading, and what book I’ll read (or want to read) next.

What I Finished Reading:

Click all photos for more information about each book!

This was disappointing. I feel like Erin Morgenstern want to write something philosophical into her works but I can’t understand WHAT her message is 😤 Writing-wise, it’s better than The Night Circus but plot-wise it’s a huge mess!

What I’m Currently Reading:

So far so good. I’m not into contemporary romance but this sounds like it’s going to be more than that! Like, talking about tough societal issues and overcoming them👍Oh, and the popular enemies-to-lovers trope 🙃

What I’m Reading Next:

I’m participating in The Quiet Pond Year of the Asian challenge where readers read and promote Asian authors and their works. I’m excited to participate and can’t wait to simultaneously read more books outside of fantasy! I’m digging dark academia thrillers right now, so what better way to start my goal and Year of the Asian challenge by reading a YA thriller by a South Asian author? Tiny Pretty Things is described as Pretty Little Liars meets Black Swan, so I’m excited to read what this high stakes thriller set at a ballet academy will entail!


That’s a wrap! What about you?

3 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday”

  1. Ahh sometimes books that try too hard are just annoying, aren’t they? Sorry The Starless Sea didn’t work for you – it’s one I keep seeing cropping up at the moment.

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  2. Happy New Year! I love that you are participating in the Year of the Asian challenge. All of the Asian literature that I have read is so beautiful. There is something so visual about it. I look forward to hearing about the books you read ❤️

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