This week’s What Are You Reading Wednesday is brought to you by my fellow bloggers and bookstagrammers! The best thing about finding out what everyone else is reading is that I can add loads of books to my “to be read” pile that I wouldn’t have known existed!
Remember, you can get involved with What Are You Reading Wednesday! Either message me on Instagram (@tsundokugirl) to be featured in a compilation post like this one, or check out the original post which includes the questions for you to answer if you’re doing your own! Remember to drop me a comment so me and my co-hosts Marissa and Kendall can come and comment!
Secrets She Left Behind by Diane Chamberlain
Rebekah @ rebekahgillian.co.uk
I’m currently reading Secrets She Left Behind by Diane Chamberlain, which is the second in a series recommended by a close friend. The content has definitely won me over in this one; I love her writing style, and the way I’m right on the edge of my seat throughout!
Rebekah blogs about her disability, books and other lifestyle topics over at https://rebekahgillian.co.uk.
You can follow her on Instagram at @rebekahgillian.
The Greedy Queen by Annie Gray and The Kid’s Guide to Staying Awesome by Tracy Bryan
Karen @ The Mad House of Cats and Babies
I’m reading two books at the moment. The first is The Greedy Queen, which is about Queen Victoria, her eating habits, and food and eating in her time. It’s fascinating, and very different from anything I’ve ever read about her. The second book I’m reading is called The Kids Guide to Staying Awesome, to help my son with his sensory issues.
Karen blogs over at themadhouseofcatsandbabies.com. You can find her on Instagram as @catskidschaos.
They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera
Dorine @ Lost in my Paper World
I’m currently reading They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera. I picked it up because it seemed to get a lot of love and I’m always up for a good YA contemporary (plus, the cover is gorgeous!) So far, I am loving it! The characters are really cute. But I’m a tiny bit bummed out because I’m afraid that I already guessed the ending! Let’s hope I’m wrong!
Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence
I’m reading Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence. I picked it up because I think my 14 year old daughter and my husband would have literally burst if I didn’t finally read this trilogy! They’ve been dying to talk to me about it! I’m not very far in yet, as I just started last night, but so far it has me curious as to why a 13 year old boy is such a murderous little badass!
Brandy is a keen bookstagrammer who you can check out at www.instagram.com/brandy.reads!
Sarah @ the Mumzilla
She writes really good alternate reality fiction – so Scotland, with fairies and elves and stuff, but in a human world. Easy reading, great stories. And she’s written loads of books, hurrah!
You can find Sarah on social media as @themumzilla!
The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry
Kim @ the Book Bairn
I am reading The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry which I picked up because so many people were asking about it and to be honest the cover is gorgeous! Only got fifty pages left so hoping to finish it tonight! Found it a tough one to get through the first chunk but now I’m really enjoying it. The kids have been reading What the Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks as we are going to the stage show on Friday!
Kim blogs at www.bookbairn.com about children’s books mostly with some grown up books too! You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the username @bookbairn