WWW Wednesdays (May 15)

www wednesdays
Click on the logo to join the fun!

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

Please click on the book covers to access the Goodreads synopsis or my review.

What are you currently reading?

Chronicle of the Mount Builde

A historical novel on Native Americans,
700 years ago,
with a young modern archeologist.

So far, I’m really enjoying it.

The setting is not that usual in HF.


What did you recently finish reading?

Seduction Book Cover

A historical/paranormal book on Victor Hugo!
A great book!

Click on the book cover to access my review.

And until tonight,
I still have a couple of spots
for reviewers
interested in this book.
for each book you review
for France Book Tours,
you will be entered into a monthly giveaway
to win the featured book of the month
OR a $15 gift card of your choice


What do you think you’ll read next?


This is for a book tour.
“transporting novel
about the eternal tug
between our duties and our desires,
set in New York City
and New England
during the uncertain,
tumultuous 1930s,”
says Goodreads



10 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (May 15)

  1. Currently: The Last Best Cure — My Quest to Awaken the Healing Parts of My Brain and Get Back My Body, My Joy and My Life, by Donna Jackson Nakazawa. Fascinating look at brain science and its impact on healing disease.

    Recently: “Help, Thanks, Wow” by Anne Lamott. A look at the three prayers most often said. A surprisingly amazing little book.

    Next: Trying to decide about “Le Road Trip” by VIvian Swift, whose illustrations dazzle me (and it’s about France!) and “Slaying the Badger” (can’t remember the author), the story of Bernard Hinault and Greg Lamond’s 1986 (?) Tour de France rivalry. I’ve also started “The Hammersteins,” which is about the legacy of this musical family.


  2. I haven’t read any of these, I’m in a Turkish phase having just returned from Istanbul, so enjoying Orhan Pumuk’s memoir Istanbul: Memories of a City and anticipating one of the two new writers I picked up there, Ahmet Umin’s Patasana and Irfan Orga’s Portrait of a Turkish Family. Prior to that I was reading F.Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night, having also just read The Great Gatsby and anticipating the historical novel Z: A Novel of Zelda.


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