WWW Wednesday [7 February 2018]

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? 

Finished off three books this week, all of which I really enjoyed:
Everything I Know About Love – Dolly Alderton [my review here]
Home – Amanda Berriman [my review coming soon]
The Dark Angel – Elly Griffiths [my review coming soon]

What are you currently reading? 

Fragile Lives - Stephen Westaby
Fragile Lives: A Heart Surgeon’s Stories of Life and Death on the Operating Table – Stephen Westaby

What will you read next?

A few choices (all of which I’m excited about!). I’m not sure exactly which I’ll pick first:
The Year that Changed Everything – Cathy Kelly
Everything Is Lies – Helen Callaghan
Still Me – JoJo Moyes

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!




  1. Is Still Me about the same character as Me Before You again? That would be the third book then in the series. I loved the first novel but felt the story was already finished then so I don’t know how I feel about that..
    I have Home as well and I’m finishing that one now. I look forward to your review!

  2. Have you read Moyes’s other books? She seems to get amazing reviews but I haven’t managed to read her yet. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

  3. I’ve just about finished another Cathy Kelly book – Between Sisters, first time I’ve read anything by her and now I’m interested in the Year that Changed Everything too

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