WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 12th December 2018

WWW Wednesday – What Am I Reading? 12th December 2018

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WWW Wednesday is a meme from Sam at Taking On A World Of Words

The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently Reading – Adorable Fat Girl and the Mysterious Invitation by Bernice Bloom

Adorable Fat Girl and the Mysterious Invitation by Bernice Bloom

Mary Brown receives an invitation to a funeral. But she has absolutely no idea who the deceased is. She’s told that he invited her on his deathbed, and he’s very keen for her to attend, so she heads off to a dilapidated old farm house in a remote part of Wales. When she gets there she discovers that only five other people have been invited to the funeral. None of them knows who he is either.

NO ONE GOING TO THIS FUNERAL HAS EVER HEARD OF THE DECEASED. WHAT IS GOING ON??

Then they are told that they have 20 hours to work out why they have been invited in order to inherit a million pounds. Who is this guy and why are they there? And what of the ghostly goings on in the ancient old building?

Featuring Mary Brown, star of the Adorable Fat Girl series of books, in her greatest adventure yet. This is BOOK NINE in the series, but can be enjoyed as a stand-alone book or as part of the series.

Release Date – 12th November 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


Finished Recently – Deck the Halles by Stephanie Dagg

Deck the Halles by Stephanie Dagg

It’s nearly Christmas at the little French llama farm.

Nick and Noelle are looking forward to a quiet, romantic Christmas together, but at the last moment Noelle is asked to book her local agricultural halles for the imminent national llama show. The original venue went up in smoke. Noelle does as asked, thinking that’s all she’ll have to do. She couldn’t be more wrong! On top of all the extra work this good deed makes for her, various friends and relatives start turning up on the doorstep as the result of assorted crises. The farmhouse is about to burst at the seams!

Add in a few other events, such as playing the part of a pixie at a Christmas fête, Nick’s book launch, training a non-cooperative llama for the agility class in the show and catering for more and more mouths, and Noelle is pushed ever closer to the end of her tether.

Can she hold it together and stay as calm as a llama? Or will she be the next member of her family to make a bolt for it?

This festive, feel-good and fun novel is the sequel to ‘Fa-La-Llama-La: Christmas at the Little French Llama Farm’ but can be read as a standalone.

Release Date – 20th November 2018

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


Reading Next – A Town Divided by Christmas by Orson Scott Card

A Town Divided by Christmas by Orson Scott Card

 

It began with a quarrel over which newborn should be the baby Jesus in the town’s Christmas pageant.

Decades later, two scientists arrive to study small-town genetic patterns, only to run up against the invisible walls that split the leading citizens into two congregations that can only be joined by love and forgiveness.

And maybe a little deception, because there might be some things that people just don’t need to know.

Release Date – 6th November 2018

 

Purchase online from: Amazon.co.ukAmazon.com


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6 Responses

  1. These books are new to me, but I am curious and eager to learn more. Enjoy! Thanks for visiting my blog.

  2. A Town Divided by Christmas sounds interesting – I’m intrigued about how Orson Scott Card would write about the celebration.

  3. How cute is that llama! Love that illustration style.

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