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!
The Island Home by Libby Page
Yours Cheerfully by AJ Pearce
Death on Ocean Boulevard by Caitlin Rother
Fragile by Sarah Hilary
Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney
What I Might Read Next
All My Mothers by Joanna Glen
The Heights by Louise Candlish
Next of Kin by Kia Abdullah
What are you reading this week? What have you recently finished reading? I’d love to know! 🙂
17 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (14 Jul ’21)! What are you reading this week?”
I’ve also got Next of Kin and The Heights on my TBR pile and hope to get to both of them in the next couple of weeks.
My WWW post: https://liseysreads.wordpress.com/2021/07/14/www-wednesday-24-14-july-2021/
I hope you enjoy The Heights and Next of Kin, I’m really looking forward to starting both of them. 🙂
I am eyeing Rock Paper Scissors and The Heights. Enjoy all of your books, and thanks for sharing. Here’s MY WWW POST
Rock Paper Scissors was really good, I think you’d enjoy it. I started The Heights this afternoon and I’m gripped already. 🙂
The Island Home and Yours Cheerfully are both on my list! I have just this morning finished “The Promise of Summer” by Bella Osborne from Netgalley via a direct link from the publishers which was really good light fiction, and am in the middle of “Black and British” by David Olusoga; I’m glad I’m having a week off so can devote blocks of time to this one. I think you’ve read it, haven’t you? Then more 20 Books of Summer and/or NetGalley reads, not sure exactly which …
I finished The Island Home last night and it’s a lovely read, I really enjoyed it. Yours Cheerfully is fab, I’m listening to the audio book and it’s so enjoyable. I have read Black and British and found it eye-opening, I learnt so much from it that I hadn’t fully known before. It also helped me join dots between historical events that I had never realised were connected before.
I’ll be reading Rock Paper Scissors soon. Hope you liked it! And your current reads both look really good. Any book with island or beaches in the title or on the cover totally capture my attention 😍
Rock Paper Scissors was really good, I got completely lost in it and didn’t want to put it down once I started it so I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. 🙂
I like the title Rock Paper Scissors. It has me curious as to what it’s about. I hope it’s good!
Rock Paper Scissors is really good, I was gripped by it. It’s a cat and mouse thriller set in an isolated Scottish location so it was my kind of book.
I admit to not having heard any of these! I’m actually too afraid to delve into the descriptions for fear that I will end up wanting to buy them.
I know what you mean about not wanting temptation, I’m the same when I read blog posts!
I’m starting Louise Candlish’s previous book, The Other Passenger. I think the US is one book behind with her releases!
I hope you enjoy The Other Passenger, I found it gripping when I read it.
I just started reading Yours Cheerfully today!
I hope you enjoy it! I’m listening to the audio book and very much enjoying it.
It is adorable so far (I never read Dear Mrs. Bird, but I bought a copy and it should arrive soon).