WWW # 1 (June 23)

WWW is a blog prompt that asks three questions.

What did you recently finish reading, what are you currently reading, and what are you going to read next?

More diverse posts have been a long time coming on my blog and I hope that I will find the time to write more posts. I want to write so much more than reviews, but reviews come easy to me because I usually know how I feel about a particular book. But I’m glad to be branching out and writing more varied posts.

So ‘W’ Number 1 – What did you recently finish reading?

The last book that I finished reading was Paper Towns by John Green. As you will see in an upcoming review, I don’t really like Green’s writing but I read it because of the movie that is coming out next month. I watched the movie trailer right after I finished reading it and I can already tell that there are a lot of things that are much different than the book. Overall, I like this book more than The Fault in Our Stars, but I will definitely not be reading any more John Green books unless another one is made into a movie.

‘W’ Number 2 – What are you currently reading?

I am currently reading both All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven and The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan. All The Bright Places is one of the best YA books that I’ve read in a while. So far, it’s been very engaging and I can’t wait to see what happens to Violet and Finch.

Although I heard about The Royal We through YA circles on Twitter, I don’t think that I would classify this book as YA. I like it so far and know that the story extends over a decade. The story arc is believable and cute, and Bex is a really relatable character.

‘W’  Number 3 – What are you planning on reading next?

Next, I am planning on reading The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. I feel like I haven’t been reading enough classics lately. Before I joined the book community online, I pretty much only read classics. But on Twitter and other blogs, I always see more NA, YA, and overall contemporary books recommended, so those are the books that I now tend to gravitate toward at the bookstore and the library. But I want to read more of the faithful classic novels and The Picture of Dorian Gray is one that have been meaning to read for a while now.




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Rebekah Rendon

I am an 18 year old university student and an avid reader from New Mexico, USA. I love to buy books, wear out my library card, and wear out my eyes reading. I am a reader, a writer, a baker, a photographer, a pianist, a Ravenclaw, a Whovian, a Christian, and an avid television watcher. I am a fan of most genres, though I tend to stick to fiction. If you found your way to my blog I hope that you too like to read and that you find my reviews and other posts informative.
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