A little something to get everyone involved on this fine mid-week day! This is in response to the lovely Jade at Reviewing Central. Visit her picks HERE. In the meantime though, comment below or post on your blog the answers to the following questions:
1. What have you finished reading?
2. What are you currently reading?
3. What will you read next?
This also happens to be my Reading Wednesday review for today, which you can read HERE
I am loving this book so far and will be using it in a giveaway later this month.
I’ve been wanting to read this forever and finally picked up my own copy.
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The cover for Soulless is great! Looks like a good read too! 😀
It absolutely was! I’ll be doing a review on it later this week, but in short, I adored it!
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Oh, I recently finished reading The Winemakers by Jan Moran, if you like wine and historical fiction, I highly recommend it. I’m currently reading From Deities by Mary Ting, if you enjoy paranormal and mythology, it’s a pretty good book. Next I plan to read The Girl From the Paradise Ballroom by Alison Love because I got it through Penguin’s First to Read program and my loan is about to expire.
I haven’t heard of these. I’ll have to give them a look. From Deities sounds right up my alley.
I loved Soulless and The Help. I haven’t heard of the other yet, I’ll have to check it out!
I finished Soulless and think it is just the most perfect book. And I admittedly feel ashamed that I haven’t read The Help yet.
What a great post!.
I recently finished reading Not the One by Amy Daws and it was fantastic!
I am currently reading Fractured Heart by Nancy Straight
I have no idea what I will read next. I can’t plan ahead or I won’t read it. Maybe The Lilith Scrolls?
Thank you kindly. I keep hearing about The Lilith Scrolls, but I have no idea what it is about!
kewl choices – I am jelly
No need for that, my dear 🙂
Soulless is one of my favorite books ❤
Now that I have finished it, I can safely say that it is one of my favorites as well. Such a delightful read!