WWW Wednesday 11th January 2023 | #WWWWednesday #amreading #booktwitter #booktweet

It’s time for this week’s WWW Wednesday. This is a weekly feature
hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words.

Just answer the three questions below and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at. No blog? No problem! Just leave a comment with your responses. So, let’s get to it!

The three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What have you finished reading?
What will you read next?

What are you currently reading?

My current read is for a blogtour next week and it’s Holly Hepburn’s Escape to Darling Cove. I’m loving the setting of this one, Ennisfarne, a fictional island off the coast of Northumberland.

Eve has always lived on Ennisfarne, an idyllic island just off the coast of Northumberland and only accessible when tides are low. There she runs a bar overlooking Darling Cove, a heavenly horseshoe-shaped beach named after her seafaring ancestors, whose links to the Farne Islands stretch back centuries.

Logan is a famous photographer desperate to evade the limelight after a difficult break-up. Renting a cottage from Eve, he chooses Ennisfarne in the hope of anonymity but is immediately spellbound by its natural beauty.

The pair don’t get off to the best start, butting heads over Eve’s adorable but boisterous Chocolate Labrador. But when Logan’s true identity is revealed, Eve realises her new tenant isn’t quite the man she thought he was. Is it too late to start again or will Logan’s island escape be over almost before it’s begun?

What have you finished reading?

I’ve recently finished Snow Angels by Jenny Loudon. It was a really emotional read, beautifully written and life-affirming. I’ll be reviewing that on Friday this week.

An accident. That’s all it was.

Amelie Tierney is working hard, furthering her nursing career in Oxford. She has a loving husband and a small son, who is not yet two. She jogs through the streets of her beloved city most days, does not see enough of her lonely mother, and misses her grandmother who lives in a remote wooden house, beside a lake in Sweden.

And then, one sunny October morning, it happens—the accident that changes everything and leaves Amelie fighting to survive.

Set amid the gleaming spires of Oxford and the wild beauty of a Swedish forest, this is a story about one woman’s hope and her courage in the face of the unthinkable.

What will you read next?

Next up is another for a blogtour next week and it’s The House That Made Us by Alice Cavanagh. It’s inspired by a true story and I’m told it’s another emotional read!

One Day meets Up: The House That Made Us is a love story – and a life story – told through a series of photographs and based on a true story
 
When Mac and Marie marry and find a home of their own, Mac takes a snap of themselves outside their newbuild bungalow, the garden bare and the paint on the front door still wet. It becomes a tradition, this snap, and slowly the photographs build into an album of a fifty-year partnership.
 
Every year they take a photo and though things change around them – the garden matures, the fashions change, they grow older – the one constant is their love. Every year, come rain, come shine, from the Seventies through the decades, every photo tells the story of their love.
 
Until the last photo, where the couple becomes one, and their story comes to an end…

So that’s WWW Wednesday complete. Have you read any of these books? Do any catch your fancy? Let me know in the comments and if you take part yourself, pop a link to your post in the comments too. I do like to see what everyone is reading!


4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday 11th January 2023 | #WWWWednesday #amreading #booktwitter #booktweet

    1. I know – seem to have had quite a few emotional reads recently! Got Richard Osman’s latest coming up soon so there might be tears of laughter instead 😊

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