WWW Wednesday, 02/26/2020

Hi Blisses,

First of all, I want to apologize for not being active this past few days. I’m a little busy with some things, but hopefully next week, I have more time to engage with you guys. πŸ™‚ But anyway, I’m here to share my recent, current and future reads. WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam from Taking on a World of Words and I highly recommend that you visit her site. Just like me, she’s an aspiring author and I’m pretty you’ll enjoy her posts as much as I do. πŸ™‚

Okay, let’s begin.


#3 Questions are to be Answered

1.) What are you currently reading?

I’m almost done with “A Short History of Nearly Everything” and I think I’ll be able to review it. I was really surprised how much I enjoyed (or enjoying) it, like it made me think why haven’t I read more nonfiction before. I’m halfway through “Again, But Better” and I don’t know if I’d be able to finish it tonight. I know, I know, I said I always finish a book in one sitting but I’m not feeling this one. I picked this book to be used in the two reading challenge I’m joining this year. It’s also in my 2020 reading goals to read books written by bloggers or booktubers. This one is written by a famous booktuber and I REALLY want to love it but it has an element that I hated the most — emotional cheating turns into actual cheating. I wished I read spoilery reviews before picking it up. This is not my cup of tea.

2.) What did you recently finished?

Compared to the previous weeks of this year, this is my least productive week for reading. I only read two books. Like I said, I’m busy with things. But these books are both amazing reads so still a win week for me.

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


My To-Read list is not changing. To be honest I don’t know if I’ll ever read these books before the month ends but who knows. Besides my friend Nori and I will have our Day-A-Thon, which is our version of a 24-Hour Readathon this Friday night till Saturday. I’m pretty sure I’ll be reading a lot during the readathon. And by the way, you all can join us, if you want. I’ll be posting our announcement post tomorrow.

Have you read any of these books? Are they on your TBR too? What do you think of them? What’s on your TBR this week? Have you had your first 5-star read of this decade yet? Let’s chat.

32 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday, 02/26/2020

  1. alilovesbooks says:

    Haven’t read any of your books this week but I do have Serpent and Dove on my tbr. It sounds like a great read if I can just find the time to get to it.

    Sorry Again, But Better isn’t working for you, it’s tough when there’s something in the story you don’t like.

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    • lilisblissfulpages says:

      It’s actually the title of The Game of Love and Death that made me want to read it. And thankfully I wasn’t disappointed. πŸ™‚
      Ive heard and read mixed reviews about The Will and the Wilds. Glad you’re at the side who enjoyed it. 😊

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  2. Lady of Bookland says:

    Thanks for pointing out the cheating for Again, but Better because I was considering to read it, but the same as you I don’t like reading about cheating. I loved Serpent & Dove, it was the 4th best book I read last year. I hope you will love it like I did πŸ™‚ The rest of the books on your reading next part look interesting, I’ll be checking them out.
    Here is my WWW post > https://journeyinbookland.wordpress.com/2020/02/26/www-wednesday-february-26-2020/

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  3. bookswithcassie says:

    The Short History of Nearly Everything sound so interesting. I can’t wait for your review of it! I recently read and loved Serpent & Dove and I hope you like it as well. It seems to be such a polarizing book where people either love it or hate it haha

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