WWW Wednesday (10/04/19)

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam who you can check out here. The rules are simple, you answer three questions:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What have you recently finished?
  • What do you plan to read next?


Currently reading and LOVING Red, White and Royal Blue!

I am living for Alex and Henry’s sass. I am only about 30% in but I look forward to getting home after work so that I can read it!

I also have found that it is that bit smuttier than I was expecting, which is fun! I will definitely be looking into other Casey McQuiston works after this.


At the weekend I read Pulp for the YA book club I attend.

I always leave this books to the last minute and so I only managed to finish this literally an hour before the book club!

It was a fun enough read, but I would have enjoyed it more if the whole book was set in the 1950’s as this was the most interesting timeline.


I actually found it really hard to decide. I am taking part in ARC Attack (check out the hashtag on Twitter!) and so I know I need to read my ARC and early finished copies but trying to decide which one was tough!

As we know, I love contemporary and I am kind of on a contemporary kick so I’d like to read Again, but Better I think. I am just enjoying light and fluffy so I am going to roll with it. Hopefully, then I will need a palette cleanser and will be ready to read some fantasy or sci fi.

25 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (10/04/19)

    • bookloverkate says:

      It is fantastic, I highly recommend! I will hopefully get a review up in a week or two to help you decide if you want to read it! 🙂


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