WWW Wednesday – 17th October 2018

Happy Wednesday everyone!

Welcome back to WWW Wednesday. WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words.

As I didn’t post last week I am going to cover two weeks’ of books. I am planning to get back to regular posting so this should very much be a one-off (*ahem* until I do it again).

I hope you’re all having a good week so far. Enjoy!


What is WWW Wednesday?

For WWW Wednesday you answer the following questions:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What have you recently finished reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

What are you currently reading?

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Title: Halcyon
Author: Rio Youers
Publication date: Out now

I’m taking part in a blog tour for Halcyon and although I’ve not finished it yet, I am damn impressed! This book is dark. That’s not what I want to say but this is a family-friendly blog so let’s keep it clean. It’s messed up. Really messed up. I love it. Oh, and the blog tour might include a giveaway *HINT HINT*.


What have you recently finished reading?
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I got this signed! Woohoo!

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Title: Who Let the Gods Out?
Author: Maz Evans
Publication date: Out now

A great first book in the series by Maz Evans. I had the pleasure of meeting Maz at the Cheltenham Literature Festival and have a blog post coming soon!

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I got this one signed, too! Woohoo!

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Title: Riddle of the Runes
Author: Janina Ramirez
Publication date: Out now

Riddle of the Runes is the first in a series by Janina Ramirez and I cannot wait for the next book! This is a wonderful book, full of tension and intrigue. And I learned so much about the Vikings. I also met Janina at the Festival and she’ll be featured in my next blog post.


Title: White Feather
Author: Catherine and David MacPhail
Publication date: Out now

Title: Armistice Runner
Author: Tom Palmer
Publication date: Out now

In a few weeks, at 11am on 11th November 2018, we will mark 100 years since Armistice day. To mark the occasion I will be doing a special post on Armistice day featuring White Feather and Armistice Day.

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Title: The Lost Diary of Sami Star
Author: Karen McCombie
Publication date: Out now

Although it did not take me very long to read, this is a lovely little book. It addresses issues like bullying and includes a character who has Asperger syndrome. I feel it does a good job of normalising Asperger’s but without denying the fact that society has a long way to go in their view of people with Asperger’s.


What do you think you’ll read next?

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Title: Elma the Elf and the Tinsel-Tastic Sled Zeppelin
Author: Camilla Victoria Storm and Nick Simons
Publication date: Out now

I cannot begin to tell you how excited I am for this book. It is an ADVENT BOOK. It’s an advent calendar in book form. I’ll be doing a special feature on this very soon and I highly recommend you get your hands on a copy otherwise Santa won’t bring you any presents^. Thems the rules.

^This may not be true.


Comment below!

I hope you enjoyed this WWW Wednesday.

What are your current three Ws? Do any of the books on my list appeal to you? Let me know in the comments below.

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4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – 17th October 2018

  1. You sure have been busy with some very good books. I am reading a sweet middle-grade novel about families and friendships called A Long Line of Cakes by Deborah Wiles. I recently finished Speechless by Adam P. Schmitt, one of the best middle-grade books I have read this year. It’s smart and sweet and funny. Next on my list is another MG called No Fixed Address. It looks really good. Happy Wednesday, although it may be Thursday where you are.

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  2. I love this post! I’m looking forward to your feature on Sled Zeppelin (love the name!), it seems like the type of book my niece and nephew would love. I love nothing more than sharing books with them. I’m really loving the cover for Halcyon as well – I’ve had a look at the plot and it sounds so intriguing and chilling.

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