This week I managed six novels – one backlist ebook, two ARCs, and three audiobooks.
~ My Reviews ~
Fierce Fairytales: Poems and Stories to Stir Your Soul
Meet Me in the Margin
A Sunrise Over Bali
The Right Swipe (Modern Love #1)
We Hunt the Flame (Sands of Arawiya #1)
Conceal, Don’t Feel (Twisted Tales #7)
~ My Other Posts ~
- Last Week’s Weekly Wrap-up
- Six4Sunday – Favourites Under 200 Pages
- Goodreads Monday – We Hunt the Flame
- Romances That Feature Common Tropes
- WWW Wednesday
- The ABC Challenge – “S”
- First Lines Friday #6
- Goodreads Romance Week Novels
This week, I finished Fierce Fairytales for the TBR Knockout Reading Challenge. My other backlist titles were The Right Swipe, We Hunt the Flame, and Conceal, Don’t Feel. I am not sure if they fit any of the categories in my Beat the Backlist Reading Challenge or not. Even if they do not fit any of the prompts, I am glad that I am slowly making my way through some of my backlist titles that I have been meaning to read for a long time.
Meet Me in the Margins was a surprising read this week as I was not sure what to expected as the author’s other novel was not among my favorites. While there were some elements that were not perfect, I still found it to be a very enjoyable read and I loved the concept. I loved Sandy Barker’s novel, A Sunrise Over Bali. Not only did this novel make me miss traveling, I loved the sweet story featuring self-discovery, romance, and friendship.
For next week, I am working on Hook, Line, and Sinker, an ARC sequel to It Happened One Summer. I just started this one, so I hope to finish it over the weekend. My other novels that I want to finish are We Free the Stars, the sequel to We Hunt the Flame, and possibly another Twisted Tales novel, although I am not sure which one yet.
As this is Romance Week on Goodreads, I saw their list of 64 novels from the past three years. As I have only read half of them from the list, I want to try and read more from the list by the end of the year. I am not sure if I will get to all of them, but I hope to get through most of them.
Happy Reading! Thank you for reading my wrap-up!