Waiting On and Whatcha Reading Wednesday

Posted March 13, 2019 in Spotlight Tags:

Its Wednesday! I thought this week I might give you a two-fer: what upcoming releases am I super excited for and what I am currently reading or thinking about picking up soon.

Waiting on…

Wolf Rain by Nalini Singh is probably my most anticipated upcoming read. Its on my kindle now but I can never decide if I should wait to read until closer to the release date so I can have lots of readers to chat about it with, or dive in now.

The Bride Test by Helen Hoang is another highly anticipate read that is sitting on my kindle. I adored The Kiss Quotient and it was my top read of 2018.

Thoughts on when to read: if you had an early copy, would you read it months in advance or wait until closer to release? I’m on the fence!

Whatcha Reading…

Currently I am finishing up Made of Steel by Ivy Smoak. I kind of went into it blind and its been delightful so far. College setting, girl on the run, vigilante saving the citizens of NYC… its all very interesting. And the narrator, Elizabeth Hart, is great. I have enjoyed her narrations in the past and she doesn’t disappoint.

Beyond that, I have NO IDEA what to read next. I literally seem incapable of picking something. I’ve been in such a book funk lately. So, here are a few of my choices:

  •  Talkin’ Trash by Lani Lynn Vale
  •  Hired by Zoey Castille
  •  Tiebreaker by P. Dangelico
  •  Suggestions….?!?

Seriously, if you have read a book lately that hooked you right away (doesn’t have to be a new release!), pleas share in the comments. I have GOT to break this funk!

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3 responses to “Waiting On and Whatcha Reading Wednesday

  1. I have an e-arc of The Bride Test but haven’t picked it up yet. I tend to wait to read arcs closer to the pub date. That being said, I’m super excited for it… and I’m hoping for some Michael + Stella cameos. 🙂 What to read next… ugh, sometimes it’s so hard to decide! I’m not familiar with the three you listed. Do you ever re-read? Maybe re-reading a favorite will break the slump?

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books recently posted: WWW Wednesday #44 | March 13, 2019
  2. I have the TBT eARC but I’m still working on some March ARCs. I rarely if ever ever get into a funk. I find change is helpful. Switching between reading and listening, reading a slightly different genre, or reading an ARC which is for much later in the schedule but is one I really want to read. Depending on your tastes, I suggest Polaris Rising by Jessie Milhalik (scifi bits but lots of romance), A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas (historical mystery with a bit of romance) as they are excellent and a slight change from your usual reads.

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