#WWWednesday 28/06/2017

Hoorah! We have made it to Hump Day πŸ™‚ Time for another weekly book meme!

WWW Wednesday hosted by the lovely Sam at Taking on a World of Words

This challenge is pretty straight forward and requires only three questions answering;

  • Who is your daddy?
  • What does he do?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

CURRENTLY READING;

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THE SECOND SISTER by Claire Kendal

When I choose a new book to read, I turn to my other half and present him with three choices – he chooses by name only. Out of all the books he has chosen for me, only one has been ‘meh’. So when he presented me with THE SECOND SISTER for my birthday, I was keen to jump straight in.

So far, this is great! It doesn’t read as a conventional first person narrative. What Kendal has been able to do is create a novel, which reads as an open letter. Great concept and eager to share my full thoughts with you in the next few days!

JUST FINISHED;

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MISSING, PRESUMED
by Susie Steiner (1st September 2016, Borough Press)

A good, quick read. Want to know more? Read all about it HERE!

WHAT’S NEXT?

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THE UNQUIET DEAD by Ausma Zehanat Khan

Received this book last week courtesy of the author and the team at No Exit Press. Looking forward to sharing my thoughts on the blog tour when it hits in July!


What does your reading week look like?

Do any of the books mentioned above peak your interest?

Would love to hear your thoughts!

-S.

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