The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
I’m just starting this book today, and I am very intrigued. For some reason, in my mind, the title and description of the book just don’t mesh. When I saw it on my schedule, I didn’t think the title sounded like a psychological thriller, but the description sounds like a compelling read, so I’m excited to give it a go.
I love this book. It is so much fun. Loads of mythical creatures and impressive magical abilities kept me entertained from page 1 until the end. And of course, there is a big mystery that has to be solved. I loved it so much I downloaded book 2 through kindle unlimited and am stealing time each day to read it. I wasn’t ready for my journey in this fun world to end 🙂
Someone’s Listening sounds like it is going to be full of thrills and chills – the perfect summer read. I can’t wait to find out!
I already mentioned that I picked up Book 2 of the Knightmare Arcanist series, Dread Pirate Arcanist. I’m stealing small chunks of time here and there to enjoy it. The other two books that I’m utilizing are inspiring me to write the last ten scenes in my WIP (fantasy novel), edit it, and send out those queries. Self-doubt has been my worst enemy, but I need to get it done. The Save the Cat book is a very practical look at different aspects and then poses questions at the end of each chapter to answer for your WIP. Reading Like a Writer is written by an English professor, and I can tell that. I’m enjoying the more scholarly discussion, though.
I mentioned to another blogger who reads books on writing that I was looking for a book to inspire me to finish, and she recommended a For Dummies book. I quickly discovered what a snob I am when it comes to books on writing because my BA-in-English mind couldn’t wrap itself around the usefulness of a Writing for Dummies book for me. There was even a small part of me that was insulted, which I realized was just silly. I’m sure the For Dummies books on writing are quite helpful, but I still decided on the books above (because, as I said, I am a writing book snob). I just thought that was a funny thing to realize about myself.