WWW Wednesday 23rd June 2021

Continuing the meme hosted by Taking on a world of words with this weeks selection of books. You can click on the book titles to visit the Goodreads blurbs if you are interested in any of these books. Where there is no goodreads link I have included the blurb for you!


WWW Wednesday blog post by bexbooksandstuff

You are welcome to join along with this post. The premise being you answer the three following questions.....


  1. What are you currently reading?

  2. What did you finish reading recently?

  3. What do you think you will read next?

It's been a couple of weeks since my last WWW Wednesday post so I have a few books to share with you.


Currently reading


Breathe, Deep and Swim by Jenna Marcus

I am currently reading this on behalf of Book Sirens, I receieved a copy in return for an honest review. It is interesting so far, a YA novel set in covid times. I am intrigued as to where the story is heading. Look out for my review soon!


Dances and Dreams on Diamond Street by Craig Revel Horwood.

I love Craig Revel Horwood and so when I saw this book spot come up on a blog tour with LoveBooksTours I knew I had to be a part of it! My spot will be on Friday 25th June - look out for my review!


Finished reading

Since my last WWW Wednesday post I have finished reading a few books....


The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

This was a great quirky read filled with important themes of loss, grief, regret and mental health. Iv really enjoyed it and you can read my review here.


Summer in the City by Fiona Collins

I read Summer in the City as part of a blog tour with Random Things Tours, they sent me a beautiful proof copy of the book to review. I loved the story, you can read my review here.


Let's Fly by Giles Fraser

I read this book as part of a book tour hosted by Random things tours. They were kind enough to send me a physical copy of the book to review. My spot on the blog tour was last Friday 18th June and you can read my review here.


The Darlings by Angela Jackson

This book was part of the blog tour hosted by Damp Pebbles and my spot is live today! You can read my review here.


Next to read




Seven Days In June by Tia Williams

My poor Netgalley shelf has been pretty neglected lately with all the book tours I have been doing so I am going to go back and read some of the books waiting patiently for me! This one is the first one I'm going for and will kick off my Summer Netgalley Challenge (click he link to read my blog post all about that!)



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