Happy Wednesday Everyone!!!
Hope you’ve all been doing well and keeping safe!!!
I don’t really have much of an update regarding what I’ve been up to as I haven’t done very much apart from reading and catching up with writing reviews. Oh, I did attempt some baking. I made some eggless cookies and cupcakes. The cakes came out perfect the cookies looked good but I left them in the oven a bit too long, so they went a bit had and could easily break a few teeth. But they taste yummy, especially with a nice cup of tea.
Anyway lets get into this weeks WWW Wednesday!!!
What is WWW Wednesday?
All you have to do is answer 3 simple questions:
What are you currently reading?
What have you recently finished reading?
What do you plan to read next?
So, without further ado here’s my WWW Wednesday for this week.
One Year Later by Sanjida Kay – Finally picked this eARC. I downloaded this one back in July 2019 but only just picking it up. Ooops!!! Not read to much of it as yet but I’ve started.
Les Misérables by Victor Hugo – I managed to make up for not picking this book up last weekend, I’m really loving this book. I am at page 596/1232.
Dear Martin by Nic Stone – I finished this one late last night, it was a very interesting read. I had been putting it off for a while but I actually ended up enjoying it very much.
A Case of Need by Michael Crichton – Didn’t quiet know what this book was about when I downloaded the audiobook from Scribd but I did like it to some extent.
My Lies, Your Lies by Susan Lewis – Another eARC book ticked off the NetGalley TBR. This was a good read but not the best one out of the selection of books I’ve previously read by Susan Lewis.
Q by Christina Dalcher – This was a fab read won’t go into details as I’ve scheduled my review so you’ll just have to wait a little longer to find out what I have to say.
The Eyes of Darkness by Dean Koontz – This was my first Dean Koontz book, and I liked it. I will definitely be reading more from this author.
I’m hoping to pick up Last Man In Tower by Aravind Adiga and Doctor Sleep by Stephen King.
What’s everyone currently reading, finished reading or planning to read this week? Don’t forget to leave links to your WWW Wednesday or just leave a comment down below.