Wednesday, 6 June 2012

WWW Wednesday

What are you currently reading?
Becoming George Sand by Rosaline Brackenbury. I love the look and feel of this book. Rough cut pages and an old fashioned style. But Maria (the modern day protagonist) and George Sand are driving me crazy with their selfishness and neediness.

What did you recently finish reading?

Bring Up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel.
Love, love, love.
Rave review pending - when I can think of something more profound to say than "love, love, love"!

What did you think you will read next?

Shadowfell by Juliet Marillier.
I've now had 3 positive recommendations for Juliet Marillier in the past 2 weeks. I cannot ignore such obvious signs any longer!

Hosted by MizB @ Should be Reading.


  1. I really must get to reading Wolf Hall- I have it sitting there in the TBR.

  2. Bring up the Bodies has a very cool cover.

    Here's my WWW Wednesday.

  3. Wow, what great choices. I'm going to have to look those ones up! Thanks so much for posting about them!

    Here's mine:

  4. Bring up the Bodies looks great!

  5. I had never heard of this book, but love the title, so I looked it up and was surprised that the synopsis was nothing like I thought it would be.
    Here's My Answers

  6. Bringing up the Bodies is getting absolute rave reviews and I cannot wait to get my hands on it!

  7. I haven’t heard of any of these books, but I hope you enjoy them all!

    You can find my WWW post here
    Happy reading! :)


  8. I haven't heard of these books but I'm going to look them up--I've seen positive things about Shadowfell today, too, so I'm going to check it out.

  9. I need to read Wolf Hall first, before Bring Up the Bodies, but they are both on my List. Shadowfell looks interesting.

  10. I just bought Wolf Hall at a used bookstore the other week, so I should get it read and then pick up Bring Up The Bodies. My WWW:


I love hearing from you but I understand that blogger commenting can be a frustrating experience for many.

Make sure you're logged into your account before writing your comment, otherwise blogger will eat it. I have occasionally found lost comments by hitting the back arrow button.

A recent discussion with blogger admin revealed that the ability to post comments "is sensitive to both cookie and script filters. Your readers may need to enable (stop filtering) 'third party cookies', in their browser and on their computer. And, have them check their script filters, too. Third party cookies filtering, in a browser setting, is the most common solution. Filters are subject to update, by the creator. If the problem started a few days ago, your readers may have to look on their computers, and find out what product or accessory was updated, a few days ago."
I hope this helps. Using a different browser for a while was another suggestion.

All anonymous comments will be deleted.

If all else fails, you can contact me on my fb page or twitter.

Thanks to another increase in spam comments I have now added word verification on ALL posts.