WWW Wednesday #40

WWW Wednesdays is hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Click on the image to get to her blog!

WWW Wednesdays is hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Click on the image to get to her blog!

 

Welcome to another WWW Wednesday post!

To join in with WWW Wednesday you need to answer 3 questions..

•What are you currently reading?
•What did you recently finish reading?
•What do you think you’ll read next?

Click on the book cover to get to the Goodreads page for the book!

What are you currently reading?

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I’m about half way through this very easy to read book. I’m not a massive Austen fan, but I’m finding this very intriguing to read. I’ll probably finish it today, so a review will be up later this week.

What did you recently finish reading?

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This book took me a while to read, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy it! It was quite a heavy read, but I thought the writing was beautiful.

What do you think you’ll read next?

16130211I seem to be reading a lot of historical fiction at the moment. That’s okay by me! This book sounds intriguing and I’m interested to see if this book is as good as lots of people say it is!

That’s it from me, please feel free to leave your links to your WWW Wednesday posts in the comments below! I love having a look at what other people are reading!

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33 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #40

    • It really is intriguing! So easy to read as well. I haven’t seen Becoming Jane, but I want to. I do want to attempt Austen again at some point.. I hope I will manage it. Some thing prevents me from finishing an Austen book.

  1. These look great. My last ‘historical’ was Out of the Easy by RS and I loved it so much I’m considering reading her first novel, but the gulag setting is a little off putting. But when it’s done right like that, it just blows me away! 🙂

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  3. Hi Chrissi,

    I haven’t come across any of your books this week, however I really like the sound of ‘Cutting For Stone’, so have added this one to my list. It sounds like an exceptionally intriguing and emotional debut novel and even just from reading the synopsis, I can probably see why you thought the writing to be beautiful and almost evocative. I have read one African set novel, but never anything from Ethiopia, so culturally it would make great reading.

    Thanks for sharing your current reading schedule and enjoy the rest of your week,

    Yvonne

    • Hello Yvonne!

      I love hearing from you 🙂 You always have such lovely things to say. I think you really would appreciate Cutting For Stone. I was so impressed by the writing. I hope you have a lovely week 😀

  4. I’m not a massive Jane Austen fan either (I almost feel like someone should be yelling ‘blasphemy!’ at me right now….), but I’m this-close to adding The Mysterious Death of Miss Austen to my to read list. I’ll be waiting for your review to decide! 😀

  5. Interesting books on your WWW this week. I am not familiar with any of them, sorry to say, so I will have to check them out. Happy reading!

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