WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. It’s open for anyone to join in and is a great way to share what you’ve been reading! All you have to do is answer three questions and share a link to your blog in the comments section of Sam’s blog.
The three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
A similar meme is run by Lipsyy Lost and Found where bloggers share This Week in Books #TWiB.
What I’m reading now:
He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly
I only started reading this late last night but I can see it’s going to be one of those books that has me hooked. I already can’t wait to get back to it (and will be picking it up as soon as I have this post written and scheduled)!
This Love by Dani Atkins
I was sent this gorgeous paperback for review recently and am absolutely loving it. I keep thinking of the characters when I’m not reading it, which is always the sign of an amazing book.
How to Survive a Plague by David France
This is such an interesting book, I’m so glad I spotted it on the Wellcome prize and decided to buy it. It’s a long book so I’ll probably be reading it for quite a while but I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it already!
What I Talk about when I Talk about Running by Haruki Murakami
This is my current audiobook. It may seem a strange book for someone who can’t walk to want to listen to a book about running but I thought my struggles to walk a few steps might have something in common with training for a marathon. This book is so much for than I thought it was going to be and I think it will become one of those rare books that I listen to more than once. The thoughts and philosophy in this book are just wonderful.
What I recently finished reading:
The Cows by Dawn O’Porter
I loved this book, it’s absolutely brilliant and I highly recommend it. I’m actually on the blog tour for this book today so you should be able to see my review now.
The Power by Naomi Alderman
I finished this a couple of days ago and I’m still not sure how I feel about it. I enjoyed it but I’m not sure that I’d have managed to finish it if I’d not swapped from reading it to listening to it. I did receive a review copy of this so I will be attempting to review it as soon as I can.
Sweet Pea by C.J. Skuse
This book is so good, I loved it. I’m mid-way through writing my review now so I hope to get that posted soon. I can’t recommend the book highly enough though.
What I plan on reading next:
The three books below that I hope to read this week. I haven’t actually showed these books in a book haul yet so I will be writing more about these books in my Stacking the Shelves post on Saturday.
Gone by Min Kym
I was really pleased to get approved for this on NetGalley earlier this week as it sounds like a fascinating read. I’m very much looking forward to reading it.
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
I’ve heard so many great things about this book that I couldn’t resist treating myself at the weekend. I really want to get to read it this week
What are you reading at the moment? Have you finished any good books recently? Any books you’re looking forward to reading soon? Please feel free to join in with this meme and share your link below, or if you don’t have a blog please share in the comments below.
38 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (12 April)”
You always have so many different books, your WWW are inspiring! 🙂 Happy reading! xx
Aww thank you. 🙂 xx
I’ll be interested to see what you make of The Hate U Give! 🙂 I hope you enjoy your reading this week.
I really hope to read it over the weekend if I’ve managed to finish one of my other reads by then, and will try to review it soon after I read it. Thank you 🙂
I have been thinking about getting Sweet Pea. Now that you mention about loving it, I am even more intrigued. I look forward to your review. I have also seen the comments about Hate U Give. I hope it will be a good read for you. Happy reading.
I thought Sweet Pea was really great. I’ve scheduled my review for tomorrow but I definitely recommend it. I’m keen to read The Hate U Give as soon as I can – hopefully over the weekend. Thank you 🙂
You’ve got some great reads going right now! And I’m very glad you liked The Cows as well as you did. I’m about to check out your review of that one right now. And very much looking forward to your review of Sweet Pea.
Thank you. I very much enjoyed The Cows, and Sweetpea – my reviews of both books are up on my blog now. 🙂
As ever, an amazing spread of books and some fabulous reads in there. I loved your review of The Cows:). As for Gone by Min Kym – I heard an interview with her on Radio 4 and it was an amazing story – I hope you enjoy this one:).
Thank you 🙂 I’ll have to see if I can catch up with the interview with Min Kym. I don’t know a lot about her but I seem to recall hearing the story in the news when her violin was stolen. I think it will be a very moving book to read.
Yes – I think it will, too. She sounds really lovely and her playing is exquisite.
He Said/She Said is one of the books I have bookmarked…I am also tempted by The Hate U Give. Thanks for sharing…and enjoy. And thanks for visiting my blog.
I’m really enjoying He Said/She Said – it’s one of those books where I really resent real life interfering with my reading time as I just want to know what’s going on in the book. I hope you enjoy it when you read it.
I have He said/She said on pre-order.
Great list! Happy reading! xx
It’s such a good read – I’m finding I don’t want to put it down and I so want to know what’s going on. I hope you enjoy it when your copy arrives 🙂 x
I pre-ordered it from Goldsboro as a way to see how their service works so it could be a while before it arrives. But that’s okay, plenty of other books to read in the meantime 😄
It’ll be something to look forward to then 🙂 I love looking on Goldsboro books – they do some great editions of books, don’t they?
They do! Bad place to hang out if you want something on your bank account for a rainy day 😄
I really want to read He Said She Said! Hope your still enjoying it 🙂
I’m really enjoying it – it’s one of those books that I don’t want to put down. I hope you get a chance to read it and that you enjoy it too. 🙂
Really glad to hear this! Looking forward to it 🙂
I’m looking forward to reading Sweetpea very soon, maybe over the weekend! I LOVED THUG and am currently encouraging everyone to read it! Hope you fall in love with it too 🙂
Here’s my WWW.
I hope you get to read Sweetpea over the weekend and that you love it as much as I did. I’m hoping to read THUG this weekend and hearing how much you loved it is making me want to get on with reading as soon as I can. 🙂
I’ve heard good things about Sweet Pea, so I’ll be looking out for your review of that one 🙂
It’s a brilliant read, I hope you enjoy it if you decide to get a copy 🙂
I haven’t seen that cover for He Said/She Said before. Its on my tbr but I’m not sure when I’ll get round to it. I just bought The Hate U Give today- I’ve read so many great reviews for it so I’m hoping I feel the same when I get round to it! I hope you enjoy it too! And I’ve wanted to read Murakami for a while. I was so close to buying Norwegian Wood today, but I already too many books in my hand! I feel like whenever I do get round to reading him, those books will be a treat.
I love this cover of He Said/She Said and am really enjoying reading the book. I hope to start The Hate U Give this weekend, I’ve heard only good things about it. I read Norwegian Wood a long while ago now and remember really enjoying it but I’ve not read much else by him so am trying to rectify that this year. He’s a brilliant writer.
He Said/She Said is definitely going to be one of my books of the year so I’m not surprised you’re already hooked!
It’s brilliant, isn’t it? I’ve not felt much like reading the last couple of days but I’m looking forward to getting back to it soon.
I really want to read He Said/She Said and This Love, they sound great! I love your selection of. Ions, I’ll have to start making my way through some of them!
I’m really enjoying both those books at the moment and definitely recommend them. Thank you 🙂
I have my eye on He Said/She Said. I also really like the cover design for Gone. Happy reading!
I’m really enjoying He Said/She Said so I recommend it. I love the cover for Gone too, it’s really simple but so striking. Thank you 🙂
I will be looking forward to your thoughts on He Said She Said! I’ve heard great things about it. And I’m really hoping to pick up THUG some time soon as well. Happy reading!
I’m really enjoying it, I’ll definitely review it once I’ve finished it. I hope to start THUG this weekend, it’s calling to me from my TBR!
I’m a day late but I’ve decided you’ll forgive me.
What are you currently reading? SERIOUS MONEY by Caryl Churchill (a super weird play that I haven’t quite figured out yet) and THE MAGICIAN OF VIENNA by Sergio Pitol (which is also confusing – I guess that’s my theme at the moment?)
What did you recently finish reading? Yesterday I finished FOR A LITTLE WHILE by Rick Bass (a collection of short stories that was A+ amazing) and THE ATOMIC WEIGHT OF LOVE by Elizabeth J. Church.
What do you think you’ll read next? Next up is AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE by Helen Ellis.
It’s fine to be late – I hope you’ll forgive me taking a couple of days to reply. 🙂
I won a copy of The Atomic Weight of Love recently and it sounds really good – I hope you enjoy it. I love the sound of American Housewife, I want to get to that one soon too. I’ve not heard of the other books you mentioned but I’m going to look up For a Little While as that sounds interesting.
Hope you enjoy all your books this week 🙂
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