The Three Ws are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
The publisher asked me if I would be interested in reading and reviewing The Long-Lost Jules, and I almost gave it a pass, but then I saw that Kirkus reviewed it. I was intrigued since Kirkus only does a few books by small presses. And even better than that, the reviewer really liked it. So, I said yes and they sent me a physical book. I’m halfway done and so surprised by how much I really like this book. The whole possible descendent of Henry VIII’s last wife is intriguing enough, but I’ve already come to a twist that totally surprised me and let me know that this is definitely my kind of book.
The Long-Lost Jules by Jane Elizabeth Hughes
- Genre: Thriller
- Print Length: 352 pgs
- Publisher: Spark
- Publication Date: August 3, 2021
Woah! This was all sorts of creepy scary. I read Wicked Little Deeds for a The Write Reads blog tour and it was almost too scary for me. It definitely has a lingering creep factor.
Wicked Little Deeds / Burden Falls by Kat Ellis
- Genre: YA Horror/Thriler
- Print Length: 368 pgs
- Publisher: Penguin / Dial Books
- Publication: August 5, 2021 (UK) / August 24, 2021 (US)
Every single time I see Stolen by Tess Stimson in my virtual stash I go, “Where did this come from?” I don’t know why it’s not a very memorable book title, cover, or description for me but it sounds absolutely like a book I am going to love. I’m reading this for a Rachel’s Random Resources book tour.
Stolen by Tess Stimson
- Genre: Mystery/Thriller
- Print Length: 438 pgs
- Publisher: Avon Books
- Publication Date: August 5, 2021
What are you reading this week? Anything that you’re particularly excited about?