WWW Wednesday #15

Published August 28, 2013 by bibliobeth

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

It’s time for another WWW Wednesday, thanks to MizB for hosting as always. Where is the year going?!

To join in 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 covers to take you to a link to find out more!

What are you currently reading?


I saw this book in the library and just had to check it out. It’s quite a strange book so far, but I am enjoying it (I think!)

What did you recently finish reading?


I’ve set myself a Short Stories Challenge, and I’ve just finished The Alibi from Daphne Du Maurier’s collection The Breaking Point. I loved it and my review should be up tomorrow!

What do you think you’ll read next?:


This book was recommended as a good read by the book store Waterstones in the UK. It’s about English poet Simon Armitage’s journey as he walks home The Pennine Way as a “modern troubadour” without a penny in his pocket.

What are you reading this Wednesday? Please leave your link and I’ll stop by and check them out. Happy Reading Everyone!

25 comments on “WWW Wednesday #15

  • I’m reading The Sea Sisters for our review in September. So far, so good, we might have found a book we both love. Don’t want to jinx it though.

  • I would have picked up Tender Morsels based on that cover too – looking forward to what you think 🙂 Also, Walking Home sounds awesome – I don’t want to get too excited, but I might have to check that one out sooner rather than later. I LOVED The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry – which is fiction about a character walking across England without much since it is spontaneous. Hope you enjoy!

    • It was strange but in a good way I think! Hopefully have the review up by Friday. I loved Harold Fry too, it was one of my favourite books of last year!! Walking Home is non-fiction but its really interesting so far 🙂

  • Love your choices, I still can’t quite make up my mind whether I like short stories or not. Every now and again I try one so I will be interested to see your opinion of The Breaking Point

  • Woah, you have a right mix bibliobeth! 😛 Some short stories are really good, same for poetry! I’ve not heard of these & I’ve got to admit, even just from the cover & name, Render Morsels looks really strange as well :O
    Thanks for stopping by my WWW- does your sister have a blog? Hope you enjoy reading!

    • I know! I like so many different things! Tender Morsels was definitely a strange one! Yes, my sister is Chrissi Reads who also joins in with WWW, hope you enjoy your books this week 🙂

  • Thank you for stopping by my blog! You’ve chosen really good book! I also enjoy short stories. I’ve heard of “The Breaking Point”, but never read it before. I’ll have to check it out one day. I recently bought a short story book by Stephen King. So far, so good!

    Also, thank you for stopping by my blog. 🙂

  • I have only ever read Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier, it wasn’t my usual genre, but it was interesting. Walking home sounds intriguing as well, that would be a tough journey, you would definitely gain some different life experiences from it!

    Here is my WWW for this week if you’d like to drop by.

    Have a great week!

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