WWW Wednesday – 10th November

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. I’ve done this a couple of times now and I am really enjoying taking part. For those who don’t know, the three W’s are:

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

What are you currently reading?

I am currently reading two books:

1- 28 Questions by Indyana Schnieder. This one I am about 30% of the way through and am hoping to power through today.

2 – The Maid by Nita Prowse. This is the #TsundokuSquad’s November read, which also happens to be on NetGalley (for most of us). We’ve finished the first part and I will be reading the second part for discussion on Saturday. Really enjoying it so far.

What did you finish reading recently?

Since my last post, I have finished two books:

1 – ‘Nobody But Us’ by Laure Van Rensburg. You can read my review here.

2- Crossfire by Malorie Blackman. You can read my review here.

What do you think you’ll read next?

Next up, I’m planning to read as many NetGalley books as humanly possible. My bingo card for the month is below, but I literally have 226 books and I’m going to try and tick off as many as possible! Likely to start What Might Have Been by Holly Miller next though.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my WWW Wednesday post, please drop in and leave a comment.

Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them?


  1. I am currently reading Sebastian Faulks latest, Snow Country. It is a standalone read but is planned to be the second in an “Austrian” trilogy. The first being the intriguing Human Traces. Snow country is a beautifully written love story. It is classic Faulks in that there is a war theme interwoven. You don’t have to have read Human Traces but it adds to it since you know more about the history of the institution at the centre of the story.
    I have just finished Paula Byrne’s Mad World a really interesting biography of Evelyn Waugh, exploring the background and sources of Brideshead Revisited.
    My next read will be Australian writer Jon Cocks’ Angel of Aleppo exploring the background to the horrors of the Armenian genocide. Happy days !

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