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WEEKLY TAG: WWW Wednesday

I haven’t posted in a hot minute, so I thought a quick reading update would be a good way to jump back into the swing of things. Plus, who doesn’t love a good WWW Wednesday? So much variety. Just kidding. It’s literally all YA.

This tag hosted on Taking on a World of Words, and it’s super easy to do. Just answer the three W’s.

The Three W’s are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


Currently Reading:

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I’m currently reading This Will Be Funny Someday by Katie Henry. Initially I was concerned about how I would receive it, since I absolutely loved Katie Henry’s debut, Heretics Anonymous (review here), but was not particularly enraptured by her sophomore novel, Let’s Call It a Doomsday (mini review here). Also, the plot being about a teenager breaking into stand up comedy didn’t exactly beckon me closer. I will say I’m thoroughly enjoying it so far! Katie Henry’s unique sense of humor comes through on every page & I find myself genuinely chuckling out loud to Izzy’s sets. I’m excited to see where else this story will go, and how many more times Katie Henry will have me cracking up.

Just Finished:

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Hello, Welcome to the Pippa Fitz-Amobi Fan Club! I read A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson twice in 2020, and screeched about the audiobook’s top tier production quality to anyone who would listen to me for five minutes. (Find my review here.) Anyways, book two, Good Girl, Bad Bloodwas recently published in the United States and of course, I immediately picked up my own copy of the audiobook from libro.fm. It was once again a top tier quality audiobook, but I don’t know if I enjoyed the mystery quite as much this time around. Also, “Bad” Pip is definitely still my favorite part of each book.

Up Next:

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I happened to see Today Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon on sale on libro.fm and it’s like my fingers took on a life of their own. It was just suddenly in my purchases. Mostly, I blame it on Tree for all her effusive talk of Rachel Lynn Solomon, and in particular, this book (& exceedingly positive review of said book). But also, it’s enemies-to-lovers. Need I say more?


Happy reading! What are you binging?

xoxo, Bree

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