It’s my first WWW Wednesday of 2019! Yay, 2019! Yay, WWW Wednesday! You go, 2019; you go, WWW Wednesday. I haven’t done one of these in a long time so I am looking forward to doing this one 🙂
WWW Wednesday is a book blog meme hosted by Taking On A World of Words where book bloggers answer these questions:
- What are you currently reading?
- What are you reading next?
- What did you just finish reading?
As some of you may know, I am an avid bullet journaler, so I was very excited when my mom spontaneously gifted me a copy of this book, which is about the use of the bullet journal by the creator of the whole huge movement. I was skeptical about it at first because I am a seasoned bullet journaler and worried that there wouldn’t be enough in it that was new for me, but I was pleasantly surprised. There were a lot of helpful things about goal-setting, and the book itself was more about how to utilize the method for your personal lifestyle and about mindfulness and living “intentionally,” which I found interesting. I bookmarked a bunch of pages with new bullet journaling tips, and found the whole thing a very pleasing reading experience. The physical book itself is also ridiculously pleasing; it’s the perfect size, it’s smooth, all the bujo pages inside are so neat and meticulous; this book is definitely worth it all in all whether you’re a seasoned bujo-er like myself or new to the craft!
I just started this one and am only about 3% into it as of the writing of this post, but I am very excited to be reading Casey McQuinston’s RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE, which is a political romcom about a First Son and the Prince of Wales. I can tell this one will probably be a bit slow already, but I’m really hoping that I still like it. I think the problem is that it’s SO MUCH in Alex’s head right now and not a bunch happening on the outside, so I hope that changes because otherwise it could be a loooooooong 400+ pages. I’m excited about it thought because ROMCOM and POLITICS and most importantly QUEER and also NEW ADULT!! Even if I don’t like it I’ll probably still end up screaming about it because of that combo.
I can’t decide between these two books. I got an ARC of STAIN but ended up deciding to wait until I got it in a book box this month, but the box hasn’t shipped yet and I just really want to read this because I LOVE A. G. Howard even though I wasn’t a fan of her last book, ROSEBLOOD. I also checked out THE PROPOSAL from the library and am looking forward to reading another adult romance after enjoying THE KISS QUOTIENT so much, and by another beloved author.