this book meme is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. this post just answers the 3 questions below. i’m going to try do this regularly as it helps motivate me to read more weekly rather than the monthly wrap ups. if you’ve done this post, feel free to link it in the comments!!

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

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the winner’s curse – i picked this up from the library the other day. it wasn’t a planned read, but i’m really enjoying it and am glad that i picked it up. i’m roughly 50% through. it’s taken a while to get anywhere, but i’m starting to like it quite a bit.

a court of mist and fury – i think putting this book on hold for a bit is a good idea. i have  better things to read, and i’m not a fan of some of the characters (rhysand and feyre in particular)

ink mage – well, i was too busy reading the hidden oracle to even think about this book, but i plan on chewing through it slowly over the next few weeks as i make my way through the library book pile (which i shouldn’t have gotten out)


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the hidden oracle – i don’t even know what to say about this book. it was so damn good. it’s the first book i’ve ever written in. i was going to tab, but i didn’t have any supplies so i used a highlighter instead. i adored this book, and will review it later in the week. i rated it 5 stars, and definitely recommend it to all.

unfortunately i’m a slow reader and have only read the one book this week.





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the queen of tearling – this is one of the library books i got out. i wasn’t sure what to read next, but this one seems good. it’s thick, so i’m not sure if i’ll get to the other books in the coming week, but i’ll give it a try. it looks really good, and i haven’t heard anything bad about it.

the selection – yeah, it’s still on my list. i blame the library. i’d love to read these books, they’re short and sweet but i’m over whatever slump thing i was having the last few weeks so i want to get on with bigger and more “serious” reads. (i feel like this is the short sort of book you reserve for slumps…)


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