I can’t believe that this is the last Wednesday of May. June is my absolute favorite month of the year and it’s almost here! I know I have mentioned it before but I cannot wait for distance learning to be over. One of my sons has been able to transition well to it but my other one has really struggled and we just can’t wait to be done. Although, we have no idea what the new school year will bring but at the very least we get a couple of months off. But anyways, lets get to talking about what books I have been reading recently. This weekly meme is hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words and all you need to do is answer the three W questions:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
What are you currently reading?
I was half way through Little Creeping Things when my Kindle died so I picked up The Last Mrs. Parrish and I am so hooked on it that I don’t want to put it down. The way the book starts off is so good with a narrator that we know is up to no good. I am also really loving Little Creeping Things because I am half way through the story and I have no idea where it’s going to go. I also feel like every character could be the one behind everything which is always fun to see who it actually ends up being.
What did you recently finish reading?
These are the three books that I have finished this week. I finished Wundersmith on Sunday and then immediately picked up and read To Night Owl from Dogfish. I then read Claimed By A Steele and it ended up being my favorite of Brenda Jackson’s Steele series (that I have read).
Blog Tour: Claimed by a Steele by Brenda Jackson
What do you think you’ll read next?
I’m not sure which one of these I will be picking up next but I feel like they will both be quick reads. I have been wanting to read Dark Notes for such a long time and it is one of my picks for Romanceopoly this month. A Reasonable Doubt is one of the Netgalley books I really wanted to get to this month. It is the third Robin Lockwood novel and they are quick paced crime thrillers that I really enjoy.