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WWW Wednesday- 22nd May

Welcome to another WWW Wednesday. This is just a little blog post that I (and many others) use to show how our reading is going. I first saw this on Mani’s fantastic blog, which you can check out here.

I’ve been trying to read as much a possible, but I’m a slow reader, so I don’t get that much read.

What is WWW Wednesday?

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme where all you have to do is answer three simple questions. Look at me using the word meme! I feel so young!

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What have you finished reading recently?
  • What are you planning to read next?

So let’s get started!

What are you currently reading?

Right now, I’m currently reading ‘Another Life’ by Robert Haller. It’s a Netgalley book, that comes out 4th June. So far I’m 40% of the way through, and I’m enjoying it. It’s not the best book I’ve ever read, but it’s ok.

What have you finished reading recently?

I finished ‘The Disappearance’ by Katherine Webb. It was absolutely fantastic. One of my favourite reads of the year, if not my favourite. It came out May 16th. Click on the picture for full review.

Next I read, ‘Edge of Nowhere’ by C.H. Armstrong. It comes out 1st June. I started off enjoying this book, but in the end it was way too depressing. I liked it, don’t get me wrong, but it just needed a bit more joy.

What are you going to read next?

Well, next up I’ll be reading ‘Alex in Wonderland’ by Simon James Green. I never usually know what I’m going to read next, but I received this from a publisher and I can’t wait to read it. It’s an LGBT book and it feels like it’s been ages since I’ve read one so I’m excited.

After this, I think I’m going to read ‘A Very Large Expanse Of Sea’ by Tahereh Mafi. I’ve had this book on my shelf for a while. I’m gonna treat myself to this book before a read a few more ARC’s.

Well, that’s it for me. I hope you are all enjoying what you’re reading. And I hope you feel free to do this post.

Until the next review


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Thank you so much to Mani (mani’s book corner) for tagging me in the BOOKS I WANT TO READ TAG. This is the first time I’ve done one of these, so go easy on me my friends. But it’s such a fun idea, I had to give it a go. Don’t forget to check out Mani’s amazing blog. Seriously, it’s so good.


The Rules

  • Link back to original tag
  • Complete the questions with books you want have read but haven’t
  • Tag people at the end


Question One: A Book you feel you need to read because everyone talks about it.

There’s a few I could pick, but I’ll go with this one. Actually I could just put all of the books from Reese Witherspoon’s book club. Everyone seems to love them.

Question Two: A book that’s long.

I want to read this, I even preorder this book. It’s just soooooo long.

Question Three: A book you’ve had on your shelf or TBR for far too long.

I’m such a huge of Adam Silvera’s, I’m desperate to read this, but it’s been on my bookshelf for nearly two years. Don’t ask me why, I’m not sure.

Question Four: A book that is ‘required reading’ (e.g. a school text or popular classic – a book you feel obligated to read.)

This one of those school texts and a classic. I’m sure I’ll get round to it one day.

Question Five: A book that intimidates you

I don’t know why, it’s just does. Am I intelligent enough to read this?

Question Six: A book you think may be slow.

Any book that’s over 900 pages has got to be a bit slow, right?

Question Seven: A book you’ve got to be in the right mood for

I have such high expectations for this book. I’ve got to pick the right moment so I won’t be disappointed.

Question Eight: A book you’re not sure you’ll like

Some people love this book, some hate it! I’m just not sure.



Kerrie – Bookishly Kerrie

Kristen – Beyond The Secret Pages

Sarah – Thoughts Of The Reader

Shaye – A Reading Brit

Mrs Cooke’s – Mrs Cooke’s Books

Jack – Jack Shelton Bed Time Reading

Lucy – Lucy Novel Purpose

And one else who wants to play along!

Until the next review