I haven’t taken part in this feature forever! Well, technically, I was using This Week In Books, which is the same thing under a different name, let’s not go there, ha!
I thought I’d do it today because why not?
Welcome to WWW Wednesday! 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. Please, take some time to visit the other participants and see what others are reading.
What have you finished reading?
One little girl.
Mirabelle’s mother loves her. She’s her ‘little doll’. Mother dresses her, paints her face, and plaits her hair. But as Mirabelle grows, the dresses no longer fit quite as well, the face paint no longer looks quite so pretty. And Mother isn’t happy.
Two little girls.
On Mirabelle’s 13th birthday, Mother arrives home with a present – a new sister, 5-year-old Clarabelle, who Mother has rescued from the outside world.
But Mother only needs one.
As it dawns on Mirabelle that there is a new ‘little doll’ in her house, she also realizes that her life isn’t what she thought it was. And that dolls often end up on the scrap heap…
One day to read this gripping novel! Review to come in January!
What are you currently reading?
Ready for 30 hours with Barack Obama! I wish I could still listen to audiobooks while walking the dogs, but the new rule is to be present with the dogs, so it’ll probably take me much longer to listen to it. It’s okay, we have time 🥰
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I’m mixing a very crimey Christmas with non-fiction that inspire!
What I’ll be reading next?
French Alps, 1998
Two young men ski into a blizzard… but only one returns.
20 years later
Four people connected to the missing man find themselves in that same resort. Each has a secret. Two may have blood on their hands. One is a killer-in-waiting.
Someone knows what really happened that day.
And somebody will pay.
What are you reading?