W… W… W… Wednesdays

WWW Wednesdays are hosted by MizB over at Should Be Reading.To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

* What are you currently reading?
* What did you recently finish reading?
* What do you think you’ll read next?

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What are you currently reading?
Douglas Carlton Abrams – The Lost Diary of Don Juan
See yesterday’s Teaser Tuesday for a taste of this novel.

Stephenie Meyer – Midnight Sun
I haven’t got any further with this one yet, but I will… it could be some time!

What did you recently finish reading?
Philip Pullman – The Tiger in the Well (Sally Lockhart 3)
This third installment and it is the best so far, but also the most harrowing to read – Harriet (Sally’s daughter) is of a similar age to my son, and someone is trying to take her away from her mother, so it’s a terrifying thought for a mother reading this book! I actually had nightmares because of it. However, it did not deter me from continuing with the novel. It also focuses on subjects of socialism, equality of the sexes (or lack thereof) and persecution of minorities and immigrants, so it’s got some very serious issues thrown in there, making this a very interesting read!

Cody Young – American Smile
I received this novel for review through Book Club Forum. Read the full review HERE.

What do you think you’ll read next?
James Long – Ferney
I didn’t get a chance to start this book this week, but it really is the next one up this time!


7 responses to “W… W… W… Wednesdays

  1. Okay, I have to ask – how’d you make that cool flash of the book covers? And how’d you insert it in a WP.com blog??

    And here’s my WWW Wednesdays (July 20) post!

    • It’s a feature of WordPress. When you upload your pictures, click “save” instead of “insert to page” and then go to your gallery (also in the pictures bit). You then have the choice to add a gallery (choosing how many columns you want) or slideshow (which is what I use) by clicking on “insert gallery” or “insert slideshow” appropriately. Simples. 😉

  2. The Phillip Pullman series sounds interesting, will have to look into those.

    Happy WWW!

  3. Is Philip Pullman the same author of The Golden Compass books?