WWW Wednesday #30

Hi Guys,


This meme is hosted by Sam from Taking on a world of Words. You can join us, just answer three questions and then comment your post link on Sam’s current post.

#3 Questions are to be answered:

1.) What are you currently reading?

cover pic

Actually I haven’t started this one yet but I’m a part of a blog tour for this book, scheduled tomorrow, so I need to finish this tonight which believe it or not I can. Besides the story seems interesting and I’ll enjoy it.




2.) What did you recently finished?

I finished three books, but to be honest this is a miracle. hehe. I’m just too busy.

3.) What do you think you’ll read next?

I’m gonna tackle my ARCs this week. Seriously though, look at these covers, aren’t they all gorgeous. They’ll look good in my shelf. 🙂

Sorry guys, this is a very short post. But I’ll be answering comments and and wil visit your links so you can drop them below.

Also, have you heard about these books? did you love them or planning to read them?


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18 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #30

  1. I loved the Governess Game but I think it has led to a Tessa Dare addiction as I’m currently reading Any Duchess Will Do.

    Highly recommend Seven Deaths it’s absolutely brilliant but make sure you have time to really focus on it as it’s super twisty and complicated. Think it’s the only book where I’ve taken detailed notes while reading.

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    1. Oh, I haven’t read Any Duchess Will do. But I’ve read the others in the series, it’s part of Spindle Cove, I think?

      Thanks for the heads up for 7 Deaths, I was planning to read it before I sleep but maybe I won’t, since I’d need more time and focus reading it. 🙂 🙂


  2. I looked up that book you’re about to read and it sounds really good. I love music and used to play the flute, be in band, and was first chair in 8th grade and got to play w/the choir in their command performance. So whenever my kids had field trips to the SF Symphony back in the day, I always went and loved hearing the instruments play.

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      1. I knew treble clef, the melody line of notes, from flute. My grandmother had taught me the bass clef or left hand. Then I had started taking piano when I was a sophomore in high school. I stopped four years later.

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