WWW Wednesdays (August 27)


This is a weekly meme hosted by MizB @ Should Be Reading. To join in, click on the image above, and answer these three questions: 

What are you currently reading?

Blade Singer


Isn’t this cover captivating?

Yep. That’s why I initially took a second look at this book.

I was surprised there were two authors for this book, a man and a woman. Isn’t that fabulous?



What did you recently finish reading?


I finished Sulan by Camille Picott and Neurotica by Eliza Gordon. These were both second books for me by these authors, and they were both great reads!

I loved that Picott takes the dystopian aspect and weaves it well into Sulan and her world.

Neurotica I picked out because I simply knew it was going to keep me giggling, and it did. I fell in love with Jayne, the main character, and her best friend, Gretchen. Luke, the love interest, starkly reminded me of Luke from Gilmore Girls. Eliza Gordon, you have wedged into a corner of my reading heart!

What do you think you’ll read next?

These are both on my list up next to finish out some squares on my Bookish Bingo card. I expect The Brazilian Job will be a quick read, and one I’ll enjoy. I took several courses about Latin America in college, and one day I want to go!

I’ve read Benjamin Alire Saenz before, and I adore him. He focuses on young adults, and typically uses characters who voice the Mexican American experiences, even though they appeal to all YA readers.

Brazilian Job    Aristotle and Dante


How about you? Have you read or TBRed any of these? What are you reading this week? Please leave a comment with either the link to your own WWW Wednesday post, or share your answers in the comments here (if you don’t have a blog). Thanks! 🙂

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