It’s Wednesday again and I am thrilled to be back and sharing my WWW Wednesday. I have read some good ones this week and I am excited to share them with you.
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme brought to us by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. What do the three W’s stand for? I’m glad you asked. They ask the three What questions of the week:
What book(s) are you currently reading?
What book(s) have you recently finished?
What book(s) are you going to read next?
I started Warehouse Dreams Monday night. I picked it back up last night and read 8 chapters. I did NOT want to put it down, but as I had to see the Dr. this morning I couldn’t do a marathon reading session, but boy did I want to. It is very good and I am glad that Theresa got in touch with me to do this review.
Valhalla is a book from my NetGalley list. I started it Monday night as well. It is the story of Mary of Teck and how her life intertwines with the English Crown. I have only made it through the Prologue and half of the first chapter, but it seems interesting enough. I hope it stays interesting. Sometimes books about British royalty can fall flat, but I have high hopes for this one.
Cozy Cat Press contacted me yesterday with a request for a review of their newest novel, A Map for Murder. As it is a cozy mystery, I made room in my review schedule to add this one. It is written in a round robin style where each chapter is written by a different author and it is amazing. I made it through two chapters last night and I can’t wait to get back to it.
Leave No Scone Unturned is an audio book that felt like it took me years to listen to. It wasn’t a bad book, but finding the time to listen without interruption is hard to do at my house. Though, I will admit that it was a bit slow to ramp up to the interesting stuff. I won’t be reviewing this one as it was a time filler for when I needed noise, but I do recommend it if you need something soft to listen to in the background.
I read Betrayed this week for Emma over at Damppebbles Blog Tours. It was a good read, but I was incredibly confused until I spoke with the author and he told me that there are two books that discuss the pasts of these characters. Now I will be reading those two so I can get the references from Betrayed. The book is good and is well-written aside from the confusion over the backstories.
You can see my review for Betrayed here.
Where is Tony Blunt is another tour book for Emma and Damppebbles Blog Tours. I am curious about this one as it is the second in a series and I haven’t read the first novel. Emma assures us that it can be read as a standalone, but I am cautiously optimistic.
The Secret of Plants in the Environment is a review request by the author. This one is not one I would normally read, but I am interested in plants in the wild and how they affect our environment. I am curious to see if the book will help me learn how to better control my environmental footprint.
I have a busy week coming up with 3 current reads to finish and 2 coming up. Wish me luck!