What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
Time for another WWW Wednesdays, which is brought to you by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. If you too want to participate, answer the above questions and post that link on Sam’s page.
As of Monday, I officially completed my Goodreads challenge for the year. I couldn’t be happier! I am incredibly amazed that I have read that many books this year and it is only October.
2019 Reading Challenge
completed her goal of reading
100 books in
Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson – audiobook = ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Love Big by Rozella Haydee White – book = ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
IRL Book Club: House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewski – book = ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ½
NetGalley ARC: Christmas in Vermont by Anita Hughes – ebook =
*Click on the title of the book to read my full review. I will be posting my House of Leaves review soon.*
What have y’all been reading? How are y’all doing with your 2019 reading goals? Leave a comment or your WWW link below.
OH MY GOODNESS! Congratulations on finishing your Goodreads reading challenge! That is amazing.
I know! It is crazy! I thought that there was no way I would read that many books this year. I almost feel like I should stop reading for the rest of the year, but that will never happen. 🙂
It will be fun to see how many you can read!
We Have Always Lived in the Castle has been sat on my bookshelf for a while; will be interested to hear what you think of it 🙂
I actually just started that one. There is definitely a gloomy and spooky feeling about it so far. I’m excited to finally be reading it.
Loved We Have Always Lived in the Castle – the narrator is a brilliant character. How is the Jane Harper so far – I have two of her books on my to read shelf….
I read Jane Harper’s The Dry last year and enjoyed it enough to give her second book in the series a read, which is high praise from me, because I have a hard time committing to series.
Thanks for the confirmation Sarah. It’s in the stack of books to read next (though that stack is rather large)
Congrats on finishing your Goodreads challenge!
I see some common theme here! Nice list. The Big Sleep is on my list of classics to read within 5 years. And I really need to try Jane Harper!!
Yes….my theme is scare myself enough so I don’t sleep for days. LOL. The Big Sleep is a reread for me as it was picked to discuss in one of my book clubs. I highly recommend it! Raymond Chandler is my favorite classics noir writer. His Philip Marlowe books are just amazing – thrilling and funny at the same time. The Big Sleep is definitely a fun, quick read. You should read Jane Harper’s The Dry.
oh and I forgot, congrats for reaching 100 books! I’m currently at 86, so I hope to reach around 110
Thanks! I think you will definitely reach that 110 mark!
Glad to see you rated House of Leaves so high! I hope you enjoy The Haunting of Hill House too. I read it last year and really enjoyed it.
Congrats on finishing your challenge!
I was amazed at how much House of Leaves actually affected me. It was so unsettling. I’m trying to write my review on it, but it is hard to put that book into words.
Shirley Jackson books are perfect for autumn! I read The Haunting of Hill House in November last year, it was very atmospheric. Enjoy!
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I figured I could read We Have Always Lived in the Castle & The Haunting of Hill House and then binge the Netflix series. Seems like a good way to spend October.
Well done on completing your Goodreads challenge – 100 books is amazing! I also hope you are enjoying We Have Always Lived in the Castle. Happy reading! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂 I am actually enjoying the Castle book very much.