Wednesday is all about WWW Wednesday hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. Do not forget to check out her blog!
Taking part in this meme is completely easy.
The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
All you got to do is answer the above questions, and you are good to go. Once you have done the answering tag your post to Sam’s blog and you are done.
So this is what I have got for this week;
What I am Currently reading?
How to Be a Bawse by Lilly Singh
From actress, comedian, and YouTube sensation Lilly Singh (aka ||Superwoman||) comes the definitive guide to being a bawse—a person who exudes confidence, reaches goals, gets hurt efficiently, and smiles genuinely because they’ve fought through it all and made it out the other side.
Told in her hilarious, bold voice that’s inspired over nine million fans, and using stories from her own life to illustrate her message, Lilly proves that there are no shortcuts to success.
WARNING: This book does not include hopeful thoughts, lucky charms, and cute quotes. That’s because success, happiness, and everything else you want in life needs to be fought for—not wished for. In Lilly’s world, there are no escalators, only stairs. Get ready to climb. (from Goodreads)
Clarissa’s Warning by Isobel Blackthorn
After she buys an ancient stone ruin on Fuerteventura – the island of her dreams – her mystic aunt Clarissa warns her of danger.
Claire pays no heed, but soon after she moves to the idyllic island, she is confronted by a mystery. As the sinister story of her home slowly uncovers, Claire enters a world of inexplicable events and ordeals.
Someone or something doesn’t want her there. But what is really behind the events? (from Goodreads)
What I recently finished reading?
Milk of the Moon by Sen Rajah
In the midst of an existential crisis, poet and author, Sen Rajah stumbles blindly and emotionally empty into the world of Milk of the Moon. At a point when he has almost entirely lost any sense of self, this bright, young, tragic girl whispers her stories to him, weaving a tale as melodious as it is sad. Through her visits and comfort Rajah finds his way back, unfortunately by the time he recovers Milk is gone, leaving behind only fragments of her story. (from Goodreads)
Read my review about this book, by simply clicking here
What I am planning to read next?
The Adventures of Phatty and Payaso : Central Park