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WWW Wednesdays 2020-10-07

It’s Wednesday again and I haven’t reached my “this is too overwhelming” limit of 3 tour posts, so let’s go ahead and do a WWW Wednesdays post this week! This book blogger meme is hosted by Taking On a World of Words.

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What are you currently reading?

The Dark Trilogy Book One
by Paul L. Arvidson
Narrated by Benjamin Fife

Genre: Fantasy, Steampunk
Page Count: 383
Audio Length: 9 hrs 2 mins
Add it to your Goodreads TBR!

In the strange

labyrinth of pipes on the planet called Dark, things are falling apart. Dun doesn’t want to be a hero, he just wants to find an answer to the terrifying dreams he’s been having. But the answers, the real answers, are going to take him places he’s never imagined and tear him from the only home he’s ever known.

With a half finished map from his missing father, an old friend, a new friend and the mysterious Myrch to guide him, he journeys through parts of his world he’s never imagined. Are his dreams real foretellings? Who can he trust to be who they say there are? What are the strange forces that seem to be literally pulling their world apart?

As he travels through a world that is much bigger than he thought it was, what he won’t know will kill him. And everyone he knows.

Blurb copied from Goodreads.

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I’m listening to the audiobook today in order to review it for my tour stop with The Audiobookworm Promotions coming up on Sunday. As I type this (on Tuesday afternoon) I have about an hour left, and I’m still not sure how I feel about it. We’ll see how that review turns out!

A Song Below Water
by Bethany C. Morrow

Publisher: Tor Teen
Released: 2 June 2020

Genre: YA Urban Fantasy
Page Count: 288
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Tavia is already at odds with the world, forced to keep her siren identity under wraps in a society that wants to keep her kind under lock and key. Never mind she’s also stuck in Portland, Oregon, a city with only a handful of black folk and even fewer of those with magical powers. At least she has her bestie Effie by her side as they tackle high school drama, family secrets, and unrequited crushes.

But everything changes in the aftermath of a siren murder trial that rocks the nation; the girls’ favorite Internet fashion icon reveals she’s also a siren, and the news rips through their community. Tensions escalate when Effie starts being haunted by demons from her past, and Tavia accidentally lets out her magical voice during a police stop. No secret seems safe anymore—soon Portland won’t be either.

Blurb copied from Goodreads.

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As I mentioned on Monday, I lucked into a “skip the line” copy of the audiobook through Libby. I had 3 days left to finish it or resume waiting for my actual hold, which I won’t get until next month, and I’m currently 50% through. I should finish it, though, because after Dark I don’t have any other audiobook commitments until the 18th. I’m loving this one so far!

Goddess in Time
Women of Time Book One
by Adriadne LeFox

Genre: Historical Fiction, Fantasy
Page Count: 200
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Myths and Legends have always inspired me. I especially love the King Arthur legends. The knights, ladies, valor, chivalry, and trust between them. I have never been one to trust easily, but with these legends, I feel like I am a part of their world somehow. As a college student, I chose to study these myths and legends because I want to find out if they are real or not.

So my journey began, by traveling to England. I have heard there is a professor there who has found the remains of what used to be Arthur’s castle. What I actually find when I get there is more than just the remains of a castle, it is the start of a new adventure.

In a land of myth and magic, what awaits me is more than I could have ever imagined…

Blurb copied from Goodreads.

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I’ve barely started reading this one (as I type this on Tuesday afternoon) and the review is due on Thursday for a tour with Silver Dagger Book Tours. It seems to be an Arthurian story but with a queen rather than a king.

What did you recently finish reading?

The House Called Hadlows by Victoria Walker – 4 Star Review

Moon in Bastet by E. S. Danon – 4 Star Review

Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson – 5 Stars, review coming

Summoned by McKayla Eaton – 4 Star Review

Big Wishes for Little Feat by Cheryl Olsten – 4 Stars, tour date 5 November 2020

What do you think you’ll read next?

Georgian Romance Revolt by Lucinda Elliot (Tour date 12 October 2020)

Cracked: An Anthology of Eggsellent Chicken Stories (Tour Date 13 October 2020)

Alex McKenna & the Geranium Deaths by Vicki-Ann Bush (Tour Date 14 October 2020)

Time is a Fine White Lie: Postmodern Musings by William Steffey (Audiobook, Tour Date 18 October 2020)


What are your WWW answers? Let me know where to find them or leave your answers in the comments and let’s chat about our recent reads!

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Jenna is the artist/illustrator and author behind Westveil Publishing and its sub-banner platforms Jenna Gets Creative and The Westveil Archives. She live in Newfoundland, Canada with her husband, daughter, and feline overlords.


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