WWW Wednesday

Hello, my friends!

Happy Spring if you’re in the southern hemisphere like me, and Happy Autumn/Fall for you northies.

I am so busy at the moment getting my first novel ready for publication in February (yay!) and learning all about categories, keywords, mailing lists, cover designers, formatting, etc etc that I don’t have time for a long post today. So the WWW Wednesday tag seems ideal.

This tag is hosted on Taking on a World of Words It’s easy to do, just answer the three questions below!

The Three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?

What do you think you’ll read next?

What am I currently reading?

Sarah has had enough of men. It’s time to rekindle her first true love – travel – so she books a sailing trip around the Greek islands with a group of strangers.

I don’t read many romances, but this has been a lot of fun so far. Hoping to get back to it this afternoon.

From award-winning author Gareth L. Powell, the second book in the critically acclaimed Embers of War space opera series.

I really enjoyed the first book in this series, but for some reason I’m having a bit of trouble getting into this one. Not sure if it’s the book, or just that I’m not in the mood for sci-fi. Time will tell.

In a world where suburban nature is declining and diversity is shrinking, Habitat is a practical guide for those of us who want to encourage insects, reptiles, frogs, birds and animals into our garden.

I’ve been wanting to read this for quite a while, and had a copy on reservation at my local library. I waited two months, and now apparently, the copy has disappeared. So I bought my own. And it is absolutely gorgeous. The photographs! I mean, I bought it for the information, but the pages are truly stunning. I suppose that technically, I haven’t read any of it yet, but looking at the pictures counts, right?

What did I recently finish reading?

Inspiration and practical ideas from popular Gardening Australia presenter Sophie Thomson’s very own patch.

Yes, another Australian gardening book – it’s spring here, after all. This one was from the library. It was a fast read and I enjoyed it, but it’s not one I’ll be re-reading or buying for myself.

What do I think I’ll read next?

IT HAPPENED FAST.

THIRTY-TWO MINUTES FOR ONE WORLD TO DIE, ANOTHER TO BE BORN.

This is a massive novel and the first in a trilogy, but @sandybarker assures me the characters are great, the books left her wrung out and breathless and the prose is wonderful. So I’m in!

So, that’s it, WWW Wednesday done.

If you’ve participated in this tag recently, leave a link and I’ll come and have a look!

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