What Are You Reading Wednesdays (#3)


What Are You Reading Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted by Its A Reading Thing.  All you need to do to participate is open the book that you are currently reading to page 34.  If you have an ebook, go to 34% and answer the following 3 questions:

1. What’s the name of your current read?

2. Go to page 34 in your book or 34% in your ebook and share a complete sentence (or two)?

3. Would you like to live in the world that exists within your book? Why or why not?

Feel free to leave a link to your (What Are You Reading Wednesday)  post in my comments section. I would love to read your answers!

My current read is Ivy Lane by Cathy Bramley

Ivy Lane

“Cycling back through the dark streets I tried to make sense of the evening.  I’d sorted out the equipment hire, made friends with Charlie again and managed to navigate the conversation without revealing too much about myself.  All in all, a successful night.  But why was it that despite my attempts to remain aloof, I felt as if this tight little community was pulling me in?”

I would love to exist in the world within this book.  Just reading it brings me such a feeling of warmth and serenity, that I can only imagine what it would be like to live here.  It is about a woman who is at a cross roads in her life. She moves to a quiet english village to start over after the demise of her relationship. 

The community are welcoming and friendly and she instantly makes two new friends.  With time her wounds start to heal.  This is an inspiring, feel good read that I am loving so far !!!


10 thoughts on “What Are You Reading Wednesdays (#3)

  1. Nicola | BookBunny says:

    I adore the cover. Every time I see it on my bedside table I can’t help but smile. I am really liking it so far. Its good to have a break from the darkness and tension of thrillers sometimes. Thanks for commenting 🙂


  2. ryandejonghe says:

    Love this picture. Are you on instagram, too? Let me know your account, or find me @ryan_reads. I love the sound of this book, too. You’re right, it does give me a warmth just thinking about the premise of it.

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    • Nicola | BookBunny says:

      I know, it really does Ryan 🙂

      I’m actually not on Instagram but I have been thinking about joining recently and also Twitter. The only problem is time. Is one better than the other?

      I am on facebook and pinterest though if you would like to connect there 🙂 I have links on here!

      Thanks for dropping by 🙂

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      • ryandejonghe says:

        I’m on FB, but mainly to torture my friends and family. I try to avoid pinterest: mainly out of fear for my wallet. Ha! I heard you about time. That’s why I’m avoiding a YouTube book review. As far as the two, between Twitter and Instagram, it’s a tough call. Instagram is quick, as you want to browse type of thing. Twitter has a lot of author and publisher interaction, for those that are on it.

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  3. Nicola | BookBunny says:

    Hmmm … To tweet or not to tweet, that is the question !!! Hehe 🙂

    I must check them both out and see. An author who’s book I reviewed recommended Twitter for connecting with other bloggers etc.

    I will reach out to you on Instagram should I decide to join 😉

    Have a great day 🙂


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