Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge September 11, 2019


The Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge is hosted by Long and Short Reviews.  This week’s topic is: books I keep meaning to read but haven’t. 

I’m going to alter this a bit to books I should finish but haven’t.  I’m really bad about starting a book and then putting it aside for something else.  So, here is a list of things that have been languishing on my currently reading list for some time now.

Promise of the Witch King by R. A. Salvatore: I started this book, took it upstairs, and… forgot about it.  Since I don’t generally read in bed, it sits there, waiting.

And I Darken by Kiersten White: Not sure why I even stopped reading this as I was completely immersed in it.

The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss: I’m actually back to listening to this in audio, so that’s something, I guess.

Dog Eat Dog Bundle by Hailey Edwards: I know I stopped reading this because it’s something like 5 novels and several short stories all wrapped into one e-book and I wanted to break it up and not read them all at once.  Then, I think I forgot I even had it. Oops?

There are more but I’ll spare you the drama.  What are the books you’ve been putting off reading?

18 thoughts on “Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge September 11, 2019

  1. Nice list! I love your reasons too. 🙂 I do that sometimes. Set a book down, and for some mysterious reason never get around to finishing it up.


  2. A fun take on the topic, Aymee. It’s pretty rare for me to start a book and not finish, unless I truly don’t like it. I recently gave up on The Men Who Stare at Goats… funny movie, but the book left me cold.


    1. I haven’t either and I used to love his books. I need to finish this one so I can get back at them! This series by Kiersten White is really good, but I have a weird fascination with Vlad Tepes, so take it for what it’s worth. LOL


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