I came across WWW Wednesdays through a book bloggers link up, and was immediately interested in the premise. The blog was Taking on a World of Words .
The idea of WWW Wednesday is to publish a post answering three questions. Those questions are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you will read next?
It isn’t my intention for WWW Wednesdays to be a review post but just a short post about what I’m reading and what might be in my tbr pile. I’m also going to include audio books listened to, so there may be two books mentioned in the answer to each question.
Good Dogs Don’t Make it to the South Pole by Hans-Olav Thyvold: This story is told through the eyes of a dog as it makes it’s way through life, experiencing all the ups and downs, such as ageing, death, separation, friendship and much more. The author was born in Norway and this book has been translated into English.
Unsolved by James Patterson & David Ellis – Audio book: The second book in the Invisible series featuring FBI agent Emma Dockery.
Recently Finished Reading
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George: A lovely story for booklovers about a bookshop on a restored bargeon the Seine. The bookshop owner calls himself a ‘literary apothecary’. He has a sense of which book is the right book for each of his customers.
The Memory – audiobook. A psychological thriller about families and the secrets they keep from each other.
Charlotte Pass by Lee Christine: I know very little about this book, as usually, I like to start reading a book without knowing what to expect. I do know that the story is a crime, set in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, Australia.
Making Peace by Fiona McCallum – audiobook: Does one single act of kindness have the power to turn someone’s life around. This sounds interesting.
Link to WWW Wednesday
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