Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Written Word Wednesdays

Since I’ve been combining my WWW Wednesdays and Stacking the Shelves into one post, I’ve decided to rename the posts. 


WWW Wednesdays #28

To play along, I’m supposed to answer 3 easy questions.

What are you currently reading?


Tankbread by Paul Mannering

Tankbread refers to humans that we clone to feed the zombies in order to keep our peace treaty.  Yeah, already different than your typical zombie books.

What did you recently finish reading?

Atrum Terra:  Dark Lands

Atrum Terra:  Dark Lands by Brenton J. Cox

I liked this book.  It wasn’t your typical zombie apocalypse book.  It actually started before it happened and explained how it did.  It also had another aspect as in while we are fighting zombies, we are fighting the countries that did this to us as they are trying to attack our borders.  It was a good read.

Keys to the Coven: Demonic Intervention Series

Keys to the Coven by Vicky Loebel

This was a good book but it got confusing.  Between all the characters introduced and all the different types of magic.  I followed it ok and the more I read the better I followed it but it was difficult at first.  But all in all, I did enjoy the book.

What do you think you’ll read next?

Children of the Fog

Children of the Fog by Cheryl Kate Tardif

A non supernatural book.  A mother’s son is kidnapped and she has to keep quiet otherwise get her son back in pieces.  But what happens when the husband starts getting mixed up in it as well.  This book sounds like a thriller.  I’m looking forward to it.

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Stacking the Shelves #12

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual.

Brightest Kind of Darkness (Brightest Kind of Darkness, #1)


Brightest Kind of Darkness (Brightest Kind of Darkness #1) by PT Michelle

It sounds good, I’m just hoping it doesn’t become more of a romance novel.

Purchase Price – Free

Kindle version


  1. I recently finished several: "Deadly Deadly" by M.J. Vigna was a fun western. "Oblivion" by H. Alt was a new (to me) fun take on angels and demons. And Joseph Flynn's "Nailed" was an enjoyable whodoneit. I'm currently considering "A Distant Mirror ~ The Calamitous 14th Century" by Barbara Tuchman, which concerns the life and times of those unfortunate enough to live through (or not) the plague.

    1. I will have to look into Oblivion, that sounds right up my alley.