WWW Wednesday [26 July 2017]

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme, hosted by Sam at Taking On a World of Words.
Visit her blog to take a look, and get involved too if you can, even if you don’t have a blog yourself – as she says, you can leave your answers in the post comments. I’d love to see your answers too!
The three W’s are:

    1. What have you finished reading?
    2. What are you currently reading?
    3. What will you read next?

What have you finished reading? 

Well due to being busy with a number of things I’ve been falling VERY behind on reviews the last few weeks. I’d like to say I’m caught up but I’m not… however I have finished off quite a few books this week:
Beneath a Burning Sky – Jenny Ashcroft [review to follow]
Close Enough To Touch – Colleen Oakley [my review]
One Small Act of Kindess [audiobook] – Lucy Dillon [review to follow]
Final Girls – Riley Sager [my review]

What are you currently reading? 

The Secrets She Keeps - Michael Robotham
The Secrets She Keeps – Michael Robotham

What will you read next?

Together – Julie Cohen
or Here and Gone by Hayley Beck
I’ve also got a few books from Readers First that I really need to get on with; they are:
Shelter – Sarah Franklin
and Unforgivable – Mike Thomas

Hopefully I’ll get a bit more time to read!

What have you been reading recently? Any exciting books you’re looking forward to reading next?

If you do your own version of this tag please let me know in the comments below, I’d love to read your answers too!



    • So glad Shelter is amazing!! And will look forward to seeing what you think of Unforgivable too. They both look fab so I’m v excited to start them! ????

  1. Reading The Museum of You by Carys Bray. Never heard of her before, or the book, so I didn’t know what to expect, but it’s quite nice! Sometimes I get the feeling that it tries a little bit too hard to be “literary” but then, after my quibbling, it delivers, so . . . 🙂

  2. Just yesterday I finished emergency admissions by Kit Wharton. Now I’m reading the house by Simon Lelic.

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