WWW & Wishlist Wednesday (23/04)

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme organized by MizB from Should Be Reading. It has you answering the following three questions: What are you currently reading; What did you recently finish and What do you think you’ll read next? To see my previous WWW Wednesday posts, just click this link and it’ll take you to the right page!

WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING? | I am really bad, but I am still reading both books from last Wednesday; I haven’t been reading a lot this weekend because I went to HobbitCon (I will make some posts about this later in the week); I did start another book, Half Bad by Sally Green. I took it with me to HobbitCon and just decided to read it during the train trip there. So far, I am really enjoying it!

WHAT DID YOU RECENTLY FINISH? | I started and finished The Legend of the Holy Drinker by Joseph Roth, which was a very simple, but for me not very likable story. I did like the whole graphic novel part, but I just didn’t like the story. My review can be found here.

WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU’LL READ NEXT? | When I’m finished with one of the three books I’m reading now, I’ll start Runelight by Joanne Harris. Because Norse Gods!

Wishlist Wednesday is a book blog hop hosted by Pen to Paper, where I’ll post about one book per week that has been on my wishlist for some time, or just added, that I can’t wait to get off the wishlist and onto my shelves.

ghost stories

Title: 10,000 Ghost Stories (Goodreads)
Series: –
Author: Jason Hook, Lisa K. Weber
Release date: 7 April 2014

 10,000 Ghost Stories places a legion of terrifying tales at your fingertips. Choose your story’s beginning, middle and end, and summon the matching head, body and legs of your spectre from the haunting illustrations. There are over 10,000 mix-and-match combinations from which to create your own unique tale of the supernatural plus a guide to the greatest ghosts in literature.

I saw this book on the Book Depository website, and I really liked the idea. With this book you can make your own ghost story! It’s got amazing ‘haunting’ illustrations, as you can see on the cover, and I like ghost stories! Though I do think it’s a bit expensive for a book that only has 56 pages (it’s 10 euros). If it had been cheaper, I would have definitely bought it!

What are you reading, what did you recently finish, what do you want to start reading, and what’s the first book on your wishlist? Share your answers in a comment (a link to your blog or just your answers if you don’t have a blog)!