WWW Wednesday 2-19-2014

WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading.

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

• What are you currently reading?

The Countess Conspiracy by Courtney Milan[3]Listening to the end of The Countess Conspiracy by Courtney Milan. I’ll admit early on I got frustrated. I felt there was a very clumsy plot device in order to justify a misunderstanding between Violet and her mother, and yes, by the end, that’s exactly what had happened. But there is much to like in this story, and Milan has done a really great job of catching me by surprise. Having read all the earlier books in the series, I did not see the Violet/Sebastian issue coming. Her author’s note at the end explains a lot, and I really love what she did with that, and yes, what she did with Violet’s relationship with her mother. I love when an author surprises me.  And her author’s note is illuminating.

And yes, I’m still working on copy edits of This Crumbling Pageant, and no, I haven’t revealed the cover yet!

• What did you recently finish reading?

By the time you see this, see above. I will have finished it.  And nothing else new since last week.

• What do you think you’ll read next?

Something set in England. But I have no clue what.

What about you? What have you been reading lately? Put the link to your WWW Wednesday entry in comments, or just tell us!

IF YOU ARE A BOOK BLOGGER AND WOULD LIKE TO BE PART OF MY COVER REVEAL OR BLOG TOUR, EMAIL ME AT PLANETPOOKS AT GMAIL.  I STILL HAVE SOME SPACES LEFT ON THE BLOG TOUR IN MAY!

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2 responses to “WWW Wednesday 2-19-2014

  1. denise

    You are on a Courtney Milan kick. I have some in my kindle I should read to catch up to you.

    I tend to flit around with books. I read 4 books since last week–short ones–and none were on the last WWW report. I’m still working on the other books. And, things I’m given for review tend to come first.

    • I’ve liked the Brothers Sinister series, for the most part. Enough to keep reading them to see what she has in store for the different characters. She does choose fascinating Victorian societal issues to work into her romances, and I like that.

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