WWW WEDNESDAY // 07.11.18


Hey guys! Today I’m coming at you with a fun new currently reading update, in the form of a new WWW Wednesday post! I want to be able to keep you guys on board with what I’m reading when I’m reading it and this is a great way to do that!

You can find my other WWW Wednesday posts and find my progress here.



Forever, Interrupted

Forever, Interrupted – Taylor Jenkins Reid

Yikes, guys, I did not like this one. I still enjoyed the writing and how TJR explored grief but, I wasn’t big on the characters and I wasn’t really happy when I was reading this – which I was with the other books I read of hers even though most of her books aren’t “happy”.


The Golden Door (The Three Doors Trilogy, #1)

The Golden Door – Emily Rodda

As you guys well know by now, I love this book and the rest of this trilogy. This is the first book in the Three Doors trilogy and I really enjoy it – it’s one of my all-time favourite middle-grade stories. I have read this book a ridiculous amount of times by this point but I really enjoy the backgrounds and the journey the characters go on and really wish more people would read it.


After I Do

After I Do – Taylor Jenkins Reid

I currently have this and another one of TJR’s other books out from the library and I’m really excited to read them because I really enjoyed Evelyn Hugo & One True Loves so I have high hopes for this one!



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9 thoughts on “WWW WEDNESDAY // 07.11.18

  1. even though i looooved Evelyn Hugo, i haven’t read anything else by TJR! all her other books just seem too sad and messed up for me – they don’t really sound like pleasurable reading experiences :/ but i’ll definitely keep an eye out for your thoughts!! happy reading 🙂

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    1. I’m actually now caught up with all of her released books and it turns out I only enjoyed two of her books out of the five. However, I do recommend her short story, Evidence of The Affair, it’s a really quick and interesting read.
      I did enjoy One True Loves because I love the trope it’s based around, and I loved Evelyn Hugo so I’m especially interested to see how I’ll feel about Daisy Jones (her 2019 release) when I eventually get to it.


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