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WWW Wednesday (July 14, 2021)

Hello readers! You may have noticed that I skipped posting on Monday and posted very late on Saturday. I had family over the last two weekends along with my daughters birthday to celebrate last week and I just didn’t have much time to write anything.

However, I am now back and don’t plan to be missing any posts in the future! I thought I would come back with another WWW Wednesday. I haven’t read much this month because I have been so busy, but I don’t have anything planned for the second half of July, so I can finally read as much as I want to!

If you don’t know WWW Wednesday a weekly meme created by Taking On a World of Words where you share what you have read, are reading, and will read next. You can do this EVERY week, or as often as you like.

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What are you currently reading?

I am about half way through Yearbook by Seth Rogen. I am really enjoying the audiobook. It has a lot of sound effects, which I didn’t expect for a memoir. For instance, there is a scene where he is in a coffee shop and you hear dishes clanging around.

This book has a lot of sexual stuff and a ton of drug use, including when he was a minor, but in an interesting way. It’s a wild ride, but I’m loving it so far!

What did you read last?

I read Red, White, and Royal Blue last year and just didn’t like it. So, I went into this one being interested in the synopsis, but still skeptical I would enjoy it. I was so pleasantly surprised that I loved this book!

One Last Stop is about a girl named August who meets this girl on the train named Jane and soon finds out Jane is stuck on said train and is displaced from the 70s. August and Jane end up hitting it off and she, along with her new friends, attempt to help Jane get off the train.

This book was nothing like Red, White, and Royal Blue. I thought that book was overly sexual and the two MCs didn’t have much chemistry outside of that relationship, but that was not the case here! I loved seeing Jane and August interact and get to know one another. The writing was better, the characters were better, and this one had an interesting plot, too.

It also made me realize that I don’t read f/f romance enough, so I’m going to make that a priority in the near future.

What will you read next?

Reading Seth Rogen’s book inspired me to finally get to this one. I grew up with Jim Carrey’s movies and I just want to see what his perspective on life is. The Jim Carrey who paints and tweets all the time is VERY different from the Jim Carrey I grew up watching and I’m going to dive into this not really knowing what I’m getting myself into.

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