WWW Wednesday #Reading #Goodreads

I was reading the #blogs and came across this fun topic on ABook. A Thought.  and thought I’d give it a try. WWW Wednesday (originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and revived by Taking on a World of Words, I’ll share the books that I’ve finished, my current and upcoming readings.




This meme tries to answer the following three questions:

 What are you currently reading?

  What did you finish recently reading?

 What do you think you’ll read next?


What I’m currently reading


Screen Shot 2019-04-17 at 9.47.43 AM


Just Her Poetry: Seasons of Soul by D.L. Finn

This book of poetry is perfect for the soft, sweet scents of spring. I’m thoroughly enjoying the author’s beautiful lyrics and can already say this will be a 5 star read!


The Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery

The story of fraternal twin sisters trying to make changes in their lives- and maybe find love along the way!

I’m halfway through this one and am still waiting for the grab-me moment. You know, the one where you burn dinner and forget to go to bed because it’s too good to set down? Yeah, not happening- at least so far 🙂


Legacy of Souls by D. Wallace Peach

I LOVED Soul Swallowers and immediately bought this after. The author is a gifted writer with beautiful turns of phrase. I’m a slow reader, so it’ll take a while to finish (Kindle edition is 1264 pages) but well worth the read!


What I Recently Finished Reading


Screen Shot 2019-04-17 at 10.11.38 AM


Stone Cold Heart by Laura Griffin

#13 in her much-loved Tracer series, Stone Cold Heart delves into the world of sexual predators and left its mark on me. It’s scary how easy these monsters can lure their prey!


The Soccer Player and The Single Mom by Kyra Jacobs

This book had me laughing almost every chapter! If you’re looking for a fun romance, give Kyra’s book a try.


What Do I Think I’ll Read Next


UnBreakable by Emma Scott



Alex Gardener has her life planned out, down to the smallest detail. She has a skyrocketing career as a litigation attorney, a close group of socialite friends, and is engaged to one of the most successful businessmen in Beverly Hills. Everything is just as she wants it: comfortable, predictable, secure…if lacking passion. Fire.

Cory Bishop is a struggling working man, trying to make ends meet while fighting to keep custody his young daughter. He knows that working hard is the only way to achieve his goals, but lately it seems everything he wants hangs just out of reach.

The bank robbery changes everything.

Alex and Cory spend three harrowing days as hostages locked in a bank with fifty frightened people and six criminals who grow more desperate–and dangerous–by the hour. Alex and Cory find comfort and safety with each other and reveal their deepest hopes and fears and secrets, unknowingly building a bond forged out of desperation and fear, one that they can’t break, even once outside the bank’s walls.

Their lives are turned upside down, irrevocably altered, and they seek to move on and put the robbery–and each other–behind them.

But some bonds, once forged, cannot be broken. Save a Life


Emma Scott is one of my top five authors. I’ve been saving this for the right moment (does anyone else do that? lol) and think now, with those warm summer days on the way, is the perfect time.


How about you? Any favorite books you’re looking forward to reading this summer?



12 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #Reading #Goodreads

    1. Thanks, Jacqui. I should have added your new release on my upcoming books as well 🙂


  1. I’ve read Just Her Poetry and both books in D. Wallace Peach’s Soul Series. I loved all three of them. Looks like other excellent choices in your mix as well!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks, Mae. Really enjoying Denise and Diana’s books!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. I’m so behind on my TBR list. I just finished Fluffy’s Revolution by Ted Myers. I have no idea what is next.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I know what you mean. I get maybe an hour or so a night to read, it makes it hard to keep up.


  3. I struggle to find time to read. I certainly can’t keep up with my TBR list. You gave us some good selections. Thanks for sharing, Jacquie.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Me either, and I’m not happy about it, lol. I love reading and miss having the time to truly enjoy my books.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. I’m not happy about it, either. I suppose I could cut my sleep hours down from 4 to 2 to fit some reading in…

        Liked by 1 person

  4. Great choices, Jacquie. I have two of these books on my TBR too.

    Liked by 1 person

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close