WWW Wednesday 3/12

Happy Wednesday!  Play along with MizB and her WWW Wednesdays at shouldbereading and answer What did you finish, What are you currently reading and What are you reading next.

asylumdead of witnerI finished one book this week – woop!  Look at me go.  Asylum (Asylum, Bk 1) by Madeleine Roux.  Wow, that was creepy and fun with a little paranormal twist along with old creepy photos throughout.  I really enjoyed it and it made me nervous.

I am currently reading The Dead of Winter (Cora Oglesby, Bk 1) by Lee Collins.  It is kind of a paranormal Deadwood.  I am really enjoying it but am feeling the call of other books I need to read before I mail them away.  I hope to finish this one before I do that.

between shades of grayNext up, well, I promised Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys and I was just going to mail it away but I read the first couple of pages.  Holy cow!  Well written and sad about the Lithuanian’s sent to Siberia by the Soviets.  I also want to read Up From the Grave (Night Huntress # 7) by Jeaniene Frost, the final installment of the Cat & Bones series and I am trying to find the time to pick up Between Two Thorns (The Split Worlds, Bk 1) by Emma Newman.  So, I don’t know what will happen.  But that is pretty common every week!  🙂

What are you guys reading?

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I love to read! I always have a book or four going, I have more books in my to-be-read pile than I can read in a year and yet I continue to haunt the bookstores. I have a problem, but I somehow soldier on. I enjoy talking books, so pass on your recommendations and thoughts - I would love to hear them.
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13 Responses to WWW Wednesday 3/12

  1. I finished a book on the Suffragettes on Monday. It was short but jolly interesting and I was staggered to learn that so many of them were sexually molested and beaten up by the police on their marches.

    I’m now reading a book about life for women between the wars. The death of so many soldiers in WWI skewed the population, leading to a lot of anguish during the 1920s. Next time someone reminisces about the past, I’ll laugh in their face.

    • ocdreader says:

      Hahaha! I love it.
      That fiction book I read really showed the skewed population between the wars, the men were all messed up, scarred mentally and physically and the women had to work but were still not really accepted doing it. Crazy times! Those books sound fascinating

  2. ChrissiReads says:

    Looks like you’ve got some great reading coming up! I love the look of Asylum!

    • ocdreader says:

      I didn’t know what to expect and was quite pleased with it. She kept the plot moving and sped it up towards the end and the creepy and twisty factor was in full force!
      Lots of fun 🙂

  3. diannegray says:

    I picked up Jitterbug Perfume this week (an oldie but a goodie) 😉

  4. Shannon says:

    I ‘m reading Sugar Daddy by Lisa Kleypas and am loving it. I do want to try the Cat and Bones series.

    • ocdreader says:

      I want to read more of the Kleypas books, I have read the first three Rainshadow road books which were super cute and fun. Enjoy!
      The Cat and Bones series is super fun, though the 6th book was – ok, I hear this one wraps things up nicely and makes up for book 6 🙂

  5. cleemckenzie says:

    I’ve been wading through the biography of John Adams. It was fascinating in parts, but I have to admit it boring bits that required stamina. And after the death of Adams (sorry for the spoiler 🙂 the book continued on for more than fifty pages.

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