W.W.W. Wednesday | October 24, 2018

In an effort to produce more regular content on my blog between reviews, I’ve decided to regularly participate in WWW Wednesday! For those of you who might not be aware, this is a weekly book blogging meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

The purpose of this post is just to update those who follow the blog as to what I’m currently in the midst of reading, and have also just finished. I’m also hoping that it helps provide me a necessary boost of motivation in the middle of the week to power on through to the weekend!

Without further ado, lets dive in!

What are you currently reading?

Undead girl gang

I’ve been waiting to get my hands on Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson for so long now! October felt like the perfect month for this YA paranormal murder-mystery! Technically speaking, I just finished reading this today but my review isn’t quite ready to share just yet. Keep an eye out for it tomorrow or Friday.


Meet teenage Wiccan Mila Flores, who truly could not care less what you think about her Doc Martens, her attitude, or her weight because she knows that, no matter what, her BFF Riley is right by her side. So when Riley and Fairmont Academy mean girls June Phelan-Park and Dayton Nesseth die under suspicious circumstances, Mila refuses to believe everyone’s explanation that her BFF was involved in a suicide pact. Instead, armed with a tube of lip gloss and an ancient grimoire, Mila does the unthinkable to uncover the truth: she brings the girls back to life.

Unfortunately, Riley, June, and Dayton have no recollection of their murders. But they do have unfinished business to attend to. Now, with only seven days until the spell wears off and the girls return to their graves, Mila must wrangle the distracted group of undead teens and work fast to discover their murderer…before the killer strikes again.

What did you recently finish reading?

The Iron Flower

Late last week I finished reading The Iron Flower by Laurie Forest. The sequel to the controversial YA fantasy, The Black Witch, this book was another heavy jaunt back into the dark and grim world that Forest has crafted. I’m excited to see the ways in which the characters will grow in book 3!


Elloren Gardner and her friends were only seeking to right a few wrongs when they rescued a Selkie and freed a military dragon. The last thing they expected was to be thrust into a realm-wide underground resistance against Gardnerian conquest.

While the Resistance struggles to fight back against the harsh rulings of the Mage Council, more and more Gardnerian soldiers descend upon the University…led by none other than Lukas Grey, now commander of the nearby military base. Though Elloren tries to keep him at arm’s length, Lukas is determined to tie himself to her, still convinced that she is the heir to the power of the Black Witch, a legacy of magic that will decide the future of all Erthia. As his own magic calls out to her, seeking to awaken a dark force within, Elloren finds it more and more difficult to believe that she’s truly powerless, as her uncle always claimed.

Caught between her growing feelings for the rebellious Yvan Guriel and the seductive power offered by Lukas, Elloren must find a way to stay true to what she knows is right and protect everyone she loves…even if that means protecting them from herself.

What do you think you’ll read next? 

The Twelve.jpgI’ve had The Twelve by Justin Cronin on my to-be-read list for so long, and owned the book for just about as long as that. For some reason I haven’t prioritized it, despite absolutely loving The Passage when I read it a year or two ago. I’ll be picking this book up next and hoping I enjoy it just as much as the first!


In the present day, as the man-made apocalypse unfolds, three strangers navigate the chaos. Lila, a doctor and an expectant mother, is so shattered by the spread of violence and infection that she continues to plan for her child’s arrival even as society dissolves around her. Kittridge, known to the world as “Last Stand in Denver,” has been forced to flee his stronghold and is now on the road, dodging the infected, armed but alone and well aware that a tank of gas will get him only so far. April is a teenager fighting to guide her little brother safely through a landscape of death and ruin. These three will learn that they have not been fully abandoned—and that in connection lies hope, even on the darkest of nights.

One hundred years in the future, Amy and the others fight on for humankind’s salvation . . . unaware that the rules have changed. The enemy has evolved, and a dark new order has arisen with a vision of the future infinitely more horrifying than man’s extinction. If the Twelve are to fall, one of those united to vanquish them will have to pay the ultimate price.

What are you reading this week? Anything good on your docket for planned reads? Let me know below!




18 thoughts on “W.W.W. Wednesday | October 24, 2018

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  1. I’m reading “The Ladies Guide to Petticoats and Piracy”, since I’ve been overly eager to read it! I also just found out there’s a mini side story between the first and second Guide book about Percy and Monty…who are one of the best couples I’ve ever read about in literature…so I will probably devour that story first…<3

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  2. I see you’ve been back for a while, apparently my stalking game isn’t what it used to be. So, welcome back, I missed you! Anyway I nearly read Undead Girl Gang last week when I decided I needed to read a book without abs on the cover. But I ended up picking The Mansion by Ezekiel Boone instead. – Randi


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