WWW Wednesday: February 8, 2017

Welcome to WWW Wednesday! This meme was formerly hosted by MizB at Should be Reading but is now hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words.

The Three W’s are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

So here we go…

Currently reading:

I got the audio version of Ready Player One from my library this past week, so I have been listening to the CDs in my car. It’s addicting to listen to, but I haven’t gotten as far as I wish I had — only Chapter 4. I guess I need to drive around randomly for a while. 😉

I’m binge reading Tillie Cole’s new adult college sports romance series Sweet Home this week. I’m on the third book, Sweet Hope, right now.

Recently finished:

This week was a little nuts reading wise. I got a lot read thanks to one novella, two short books, and a couple of snow days where I didn’t have to go anywhere. Here are all of the books I read:

Troublemaker (Prescott Family, #1.5)
Chain Reaction (Bodyguard, #3)
Cross Check (Bayard Hockey, #2)
Fake Fiancée
Romeo & What’s Her Name
Starting Over
Sweet Home (Sweet Home, #1)
Sweet Fall (Sweet Home, #2)

Click on the book titles to read the reviews that I have already posted.

Reading Next:

The next book I’ll pick up with be Sweet Soul (Sweet Home, #4) to complete my Sweet Home reading binge.

You may have noticed I didn’t read Under the Bleachers (Up in the Treehouse, #2) last week like I said I would. I realized I hadn’t received my review copy yet. I’m looking forward to starting it this week now that I have it!

24 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: February 8, 2017”

  1. The Tillie Cole books sound intriguing- there seems to be a shortage of books about college-age people. Has anyone else noticed that?

    1. I think you have to look for the NA books to get the college-age people. I’ve been lucky enough to find several that way. I’m really loving the Tillie Cole books. The first one wasn’t my favorite, but it sets up the series and the rest is SOOOO good! I would definitely recommend it.

  2. You’ve read a lot of books this week! I wanted to read Ready Player One but haven’t gotten around to it. I’m trying to get myself into audiobooks, but for some reason just have such a hard time paying attention to the story if I’m not actually reading it. Either way, I’m glad you’re enjoying it. Also, I can’t wait to see what you thought of Romeo and What’s Her Name!

    1. Yeah, weather here has sucked so I’ve been reading A LOT.
      I get what you’re saying about audiobooks. I’m listening to this one when I’m in the car by myself, so it hasn’t been too bad. I would recommend this one on audio because there are a ton of details regarding the game the plot is centered around. Plus, Will Wheaton narrates it and does an amazing job. 😉
      I should have my Romeo review up either tomorrow or Friday. 🙂 Thanks again for sharing it!

        1. Yeah, it’s pretty awesome. I think I would have been overwhelmed a bit by all of the gaming stuff if I wasn’t listening to it. I got the audio discs from the library.

  3. I really want to read Romeo and What’s Her Name! I keep seeing it around and it sounds really cute. Ready Player One is another one on my TBR, although I’m not really in any rush to get to that one 😛

    1. It was really cute! Just one of those quick, easy reads. Ready Player One is really good so far. I would definitely recommend listening to it because Will Wheaton narrates and does an awesome job!

  4. Looks like you were able to get a lot of reading done! Ready Player One is still on my tbr, but I’ve heard lots of good things about it. I hope you continue to enjoy it!

  5. I’m probably one of very few people in the world who doesn’t mesh with Tillie Cole. I’ve tried Sweet Home, the bonus novella, and It Ain’t Me, Babe, and I just did NOT care for them, too many things bothered me. Which is too bad, b/c I bought the whole Sweet Home series I think. Ah well, not every book matches with every reader!

    1. If you bought the whole series, try Sweet Fall. I thought Sweet Home was good but not great. The drama was insane. I skipped Sweet Rome and read Sweet Fall. Sweet Fall is completely different. It’s deeper and darker. Cole uses some of her own experiences and it really shows. I thought each book got better and better after that. They didn’t feel as over the top with the characters’ attitudes and stuff. It would be worth trying.

      1. Hmmm, I just might do that! At least give one more book a try. Well, theoretically I will, but with the length of my TBR list I might just forget. 😉

    1. I had one of these ones sitting around for almost a year. I decided to give them a try. I’m happy I did. I almost didn’t want to go past the first book because it was good, but not great. I’m glad I didn’t make that mistake! You’ll have to read them some day!

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