Hey guys. Welcome to another WWW Wednesday post. WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. All you have to do is answer these three questions: 1) What are you currently reading? 2) What did you recently finish reading? 3) What do you think you’ll read next?
The Burning by Laura Bates
Published by: Simon and Schuster
Release date: 21/02/2019
Summary: New school.
Social media profiles?
There’s nothing to trace Anna back to her old life. Nothing to link her to the ‘incident’.
At least that’s what she thinks … until the whispers start up again. As time begins to run out on her secrets, Anna finds herself irresistibly drawn to the tale of Maggie, a local girl accused of witchcraft centuries earlier. A girl whose story has terrifying parallels to Anna’s own…
Hey guys. I decided I would give Stacking the Shelves a try. I’m still playing around with what blog posts and memes work for me, and I wanted to try this one out. Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Marlene at Reading Reality. All you have to do is share what books you got in the previous week. You can find more information here. Read on to see all the books I have acquired recently.
Hey guys. Today I am sharing the top 5 books I want to read this year. These are all books that have been on my TBR for a while, and I really want to prioritise them this year. Enjoy!
Hi guys. I’ve decided to start doing the weekly My Favourite… meme hosted by Rebecca at BookishlyRebecca. If you want to know more about the meme, here is her post with some information and all the January prompts. Enjoy!
Furious Thing by Jenny Downham
Published by: David Fickling Books
Release date: 03/10/19
Summary: Bad things happen when you’re around, Lex…
That’s what her stepfather tells her. That’s what she believes about herself.
But how can she convince herself and everyone around her that her anger doesn’t make her a monster? If only she could stop losing her temper and behave herself, her stepfather would accept her, her mom would love her like she used to, and her stepbrother would declare his crushing desire to spend the rest of his life with her. She wants these things so badly, she’s determined to swallow her anger and make her family proud.
But pushing fury down doesn’t make it disappear. Instead, it simmers below the surface, waiting to erupt. There’ll be fireworks when it does…
An intensely real story of manipulation and identity, Furious Thing is about the slippery slope of manipulation and how one girl can fight to claim back the spaces that belong to her.
Hey guys. Today I am sharing my second weekly wrap up. I didn’t have as good a reading week as last week, and I probably bought too many books, but I’m really happy with everything I read and bought. Enjoy!