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WWW Wednesday #40

Published May 7, 2014 by bibliobeth

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

 

Welcome to another WWW Wednesday, and thanks as ever to MizB for hosting.

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?:

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I’m in the middle of reading all of Jojo Moyes past works and this is her debut novel which I’m about halfway through and really enjoying, as expected!

What did you recently finish reading?:

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I have finally managed to finish this excellent series by Veronica Roth. What did I think of the ending? You’ll have to come back and read my review to find out! (teehee)

What do you think you’ll read next?:

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Next up I’m reading Sisterland by Curtis Sittenfeld as part of a “Talking about” feature I do with my sister and fellow blogger Chrissi Reads. It’s part of the Richard and Judy Spring Book Club here in the UK and I’m looking forward to checking it out.

 

What are you reading this Wednesday? Please leave your link and I’ll come pay you a visit! Happy Reading Everyone!

 

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Richard and Judy Spring Reads 2014

Published January 4, 2014 by bibliobeth

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Richard and Judy’s book club is back again for Spring 2014, and it looks like there are some good choices with some interesting reading to be had! Here are the eight titles:

The Storyteller – Jodi Picoult

Apple Tree Yard – Louise Doughty

A Commonplace Killing – Sian Busby

The Rosie Project – Graeme Simsion

The Never List – Koethi Zan

Sisterland – Curtis Sittenfeld

Longbourn – Jo Baker

Rage Against The Dying – Becky Masterman

A few of these books have been on my radar for a while – namely Apple Tree Yard, The Rosie Project and Longbourn, and I have already read and reviewed The Never List which was excellent and I highly recommend. As for the rest, I’m looking forward to reading and discovering some great new stories.

As always, feel free to comment and read along with me!