It’s time for a recap of my past week. Oh scratch that. Like my TTT Post yesterday, it’s also been a long time since my last WWW. I had a slump guys. Triple slump: Writing, Reading, and Blogging. Yeah my past weeks sucked. Thank God there’s no such a thing as breathing slump. hehe.
Anyway, this meme is hosted by Sam from Taking on a World of Words. Simply, this meme only requires answering three questions and then commenting your post link under Sam’s current post.
So without further ado…
#3 Questions are to be answered:
1. What are you currently reading?
I’m still reading Rust and Stardust by T. Greenwood but I think I’ll be able to finish it this week. 🙂 🙂 I started There is More by Brian Houston last week and so far liking it. For those who don’t know, I’m a Born Again Christian, though that doesn’t reflect on my reads as I read every genre including steamy romances. But for me, it’s not WHAT I read, it’s HOW I perceive what I read. 🙂 Anyway, i’m enjoying the author’s insights. He’s the pastor of Hillsong Church. 🙂 🙂 And I’m about to start You, Me, Everything and I’m set to finish it tonight as it’s an ARC. It’s publication is scheduled tomorrow.
2. What did you recently finished?
I finished this beautiful prose last week. This one just made it to my list of all-time favorite. It exceeded my high expectation. Of course i rated it 5 Stars. I’m still thinking if it should be on my reread shelf as well too. maybe I’ll decide easier once I finish the whole series. Book 2 is even longer than this one and book 3 isn’t published yet. Gah…
I also finished Four ARCs recently…
(Kindly click their titles to see my reviews)
1.) Song of Blood and Stone by L. Penelope (3.5/5 Stars)
2.) The Fix by Lisa Wells (4/5 Stars)
3.) Me Mam. Me Dad. Me. by Malcolm Duffy (4/5 Stars)
4.) It Happened in the Highlands by May McGoldrick (1/5 Stars)
Ahm, aside form the 4th book, I really recommend the others. Song of Blood and Bone is a great fantasy novel with fascinating magic and world. The Fix is a book of poems I really enjoyed. Really more than the other poems I read recently. And Me Mam, Me Dad, Me is narrated by a 14-year old lad named Dani recounting the trials of his family and finding first love. All I can say is that it’s cute and refreshing. And yeah he has an accent. Even the title shows that, 🙂
3. What do you think you’ll read next?
Well, they’re the same books in my TBR. hehe. 🙂 🙂 🙂
So this is my week guys, how about you all. 🙂 Let’s chat below. I’m still shaking off my terrible slump.