It’s Wednesday again and I am thrilled to be back with my second WWW Wednesday. I have read some good ones today and I am even more inspired.
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme brought to us by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. What do the three W’s stand for? I’m glad you asked. They ask the three What questions of the week:
What book(s) are you currently reading?
What book(s) have you recently finished?
What book(s) are you going to read next?
I’m still going on this Denise Swanson mystery. Leave No Scone Unturned is a sweet little mystery, but is dragging. I don’t know if it is the book being slow or if it’s my attitude this week that is a bit manic and looking for action. With hope this one can go to the Recently Finished category next week.
I finished this one on Sunday for a Damppebbles Blog Tours tour and it was funny and adorable, yet also action packed goodness. I rated this on a full 5 out of 5 stars. You can read my review here: The City That Barks and Roars.
Rough Country was another Damppebbles tour and I posted it just this morning. I enjoyed the pace of this one and it was a really good read. You can find my review here: Rough Country.
Betrayed is another Damppebbles blog tour read. It is a mystery thriller that takes place on a Native American reservation with 3 brothers on the run from folks intent on killing them. I am looking forward to this one. The review will be posted on November 16th, 2020.
Theresa Halvorsen has asked me to review her book Warehouse Dreams and I am very excited about this one. A social worker with psychic abilities and works with teens is right up my alley! I’m not sure when the review will be up for this one, but look for it soon.
And, that’s it for this week. It wasn’t as busy a week as last week, but still great for reading! What are you reading this week?
2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – November 11, 2020”
I love reading cozy mystery titles because they’re so often food puns. Hope you can finish it soon!
They are! In addition to the food mysteries, I also love the Yarn Shop Mysteries series because they are all about yarn and I do love my yarn!!
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