This Week In Books

My Week In Books 5/23 – 5/29

Hello bookworms!!

Well once again I don’t really have anything to update y’all on. My life is pretty boring. I did go with my husband fishing like we do every weekend and of course I sat in the car and read. Other than that, I’ve just been sitting at home wasting time on YouTube and reading. I managed to finish 2 books this week one of which I’m proud of myself for. Anyways here’s a look at what my reading has looked like this week.

~ Recently Finished ~

The first book I finished this week was Where There’s Doubt by Terry Tyler. I really enjoyed this book, but I had a few major issues with it all of which I will be sharing in a review that I will post in the next week or so. Lastly, I finally finished Insomnia by Stephen King. This book was way too long, I was bored and I just didn’t really care about any of it. I am glad it’s over and that I can mark it off of my King list but it’s definitely not a favorite.

~ Currently Reading ~

Under the Whispering Door

Because I was focusing on finishing those other 2 books on time, I fell behind on reading Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune. I was buddy reading this one with Jonny, but he decided to DNF it after reading 48% of it. I’m currently 183 pages into it which is almost halfway and so far I am really loving it.

~ Reading Next ~

I highly doubt I will be starting anymore books this month but I still need to read these so they will carry over into June plus I haven’t finalized my June TBR yet, so I don’t have anything else to share.

What have you recently finished reading? What are you currently reading? What do you plan to read next? Have you read any of the books I mentioned?



9 thoughts on “My Week In Books 5/23 – 5/29

  1. I’ve read Under the Whispering Door and really enjoyed it. Not quite as much as I enjoyed The House on the Cerulean Sea, but a lot nonetheless. Thought it was a fun premise and nicely written. Looking forward to hearing what you think when you’re done!

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      1. I always listen to Kings books on audio because it helps me get through them faster. Almost all of his books are available on Scribd as audiobooks and ebooks. I’ve only come across like one or 2 that wasn’t available.

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