October 14, 2020
Watch out!! Two weeks in a row of doing this meme! No one is more shocked than me at this 😛
Even though I remembered and made time to do this blog post, I really have not read that many books this month. I have only completed one physical read and one audiobook. I have been taking a break and playing computer games that had been pushed to the back burner. Now that I have recharged, I am ready to dive into some good books that are on my TBR!
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What are the three Ws:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
I started Kingdom of the Wicked yesterday and I am already about a quarter of the way through it. I received this eARC from Netgalley and have really been looking forward to diving in. I absolutely loved Kerri Maniscalco’s Stalking Jack the Ripper series and thought this would be a fun YA series from her and perfect for Spookotber!
I listened to the audiobook of The Black Kids and I cannot recommend it enough, as the narration was really well done. This book brings to light many topics of race, privilege and class in a very accessible way. It is a YA book and would definitely be a good book for younger readers. However, as an adult, I thought this was an excellent book.
“We have to walk around being perfect all the time just to be seen as human. Don’t you ever get tired of being a symbol? Don’t you ever just want to be human?”
Welp, I am still crossing my fingers that I will be able to get to This Coven Won’t Break this month, because I have really been looking forward to that book. The problem is I have these two books that I have to read first!
Ya’ll might remember seeing Beyond the Black Door on last weeks WWW Wednesday’s list and I never got around to starting it. So here’s to hoping I start this one soon so I can finish it in time for my local book club meeting!
Love Your Life is another Netgalley arc on my list for this month that I am super excited about. I think I have read almost all of Sophie Kinsella’s books and she has yet to let me down!
Have you read any of the books on my list? What are you currently reading or planning to read this month? Also, what are your October spooky read recommendations? Lets have a chat down below.
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