Thursday, September 12, 2013

WWW Wednesdays #25 & Stacking the Shelves #9

I know it’s not Wednesday but I kind of had to do the 9/11 post yesterday so I pushed this back a day.


To play along, I’m supposed to answer 3 easy questions.

What are you currently reading?

Social Media Holocaust

Social Media Holocaust by Brian Krogstad & Damien Darby

I’m either real close to finishing this or I finished it right before I left work on Tuesday.  I don’t remember which and the kids are watching Netflix on my Kindle so we’ll just go with I wasn’t quite done yet.

What did you recently finish reading?

World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War

World War Z – An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks

I really enjoyed this, I gave it 5 stars on Goodreads.  I don’t really understand how it was made into a movie but the book was great.  It was a little different then what I thought because it’s written as a bunch of interviews.  Once I got used to that, it was pretty good.  It was nice to read a zombie book where we actually start to take back the planet.

The Nightlife: New York (The Nightlife, #1)

The Nightlife: New York (Nightlife #1) by Travis Luedke

I only gave this 2 stars on Goodreads, I wasn’t really impressed with it at all.  I found myself skimming certain sections just to get it done.  I realize it’s labeled erotica but the sex was just over abundant.  It’s one thing to have sex scenes along with the storyline, it’s another to just throw them in all over the place.

The Undertaker

The Undertaker by William F. Brown

I gave this one 4 stars on Goodreads.  It wasn’t my usual read, it had no supernatural feel to it but I liked it all the same.  The only thing I didn’t like about it was the way he got involved into the whole story.  It didn’t seem like something that would push you into investigating all of that.  It was more of something you’d shrug off and go, whatever.  But once he was involved, it was pretty good.

What do you think you’ll read next?

Bottle Full of Scorpions

Bottle Full of Scorpions by John Dominick

Alien scorpion like creatures take over the world and a few survivors keep on surviving.

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Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual.

The Ghost Files


the Ghost Files (Ghost Files #1) by Apryl Baker

She can see dead people but ignores them.  Until she sees a kid who is labeled a runaway and starts to investigate her.

Purchase Price – Free

Kindle version





Disappearance by Ryan Wiley

Follow the main character as he tries to figure out where everyone went and if he is the last person on earth.  Apocalyptic thriller, yes please.

Purchase Price – Free

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Born (Born, #1)


Born (Born #1) by Tara Brown

Another apocalyptic thriller, I’m sensing a trend.

Purchase Price – Free

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New purchase


The Dead Men (Zombie DOA series #3) by JJ Zep

I picked this up not realizing it was the 3rd in a series.  My OCD won’t allow me to read this until I find the first 2.  Damn it.

Purchase Price – Free

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  1. I never realized you were such an average reader! I don't do too many supernatural books, but I did see the movie World War Z. It was good. Maybe I should read the book. ;)

    1. I generally take my breaks alone at work so I usually read then. I don't take much time at home to read, too much time on the internet.

      If you read the book, don't expect it to be like the movie, they are nothing alike (from what I hear) I'll let you know on Tuesday when I rent it.

  2. Currently reading "Life After Life" by Kate Atkinson, which is not the type of book I usually read, but interesting. I've already downloaded a sample of "the Ghost Files", and am looking forward to giving it a try!

    1. I always like when a series is good just so I have multiple books to read. Hopefully, the Ghost Files is just that.