Happy Wednesday Everyone!!!
Hope you’re all doing well.
I’ve had a great reading week since last weeks post. I’ve spent the week listening to a lot of audiobooks, as nearly all the audiobooks I had on hold from my library came through all together. Which means I have had to put some of my physical books on hold until I manage to get through the audiobooks. Shouldn’t take me long to get through the audiobooks.
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.
How to Stop Time by Matt Haig – I picked this one up from the charity shop back in February before everything went crazy. I’m reading this physically while listen to the audiobook, and really liking it so far. I have about 100 pages left so I should be done by tonight or at least tomorrow afternoon.
Crossing In Time by D. L. Orton – Won’t say too much about this one except for I’m reading this one for the Ultimate Blog Tour in June. Not far into this one, but looks like a fast read based on what I’ve managed to read so far.
Les Misérables by Victor Hugo – I was hoping to finish this one before the end of the month but that’s going to be happening, so I’m hoping finish it before my birthday next month. I’m so close to the end yet so far. I’m up to page 960/1232.
Chernobyl: History of a Tragedy by Serhii Plokhy – Finally got my turn on the audiobook hold from my library. I was on a 6 month waiting list for this one but fortunately I managed to get early access to it. This was an interesting audiobook to listen too although it was a little slow to get going.
On The Come Up by Angie Thomas – I listened to the audiobook along side reading a physical copy and I loved it. The audiobook was great to listen to definitely brought the book to life.
Glow: Book I, Potency by Aubrey Hadley – This was an interesting read that had it’s ups and downs but overall I was a good read.
War Doctor: Surgery on the Front Line by David Nott – Ok, this was a difficult book to listen to but one that I couldn’t stop reading at the same time. The 6 week wait for this audiobook to become available from my library was definitely worth it.
I’m hoping to pick up Just Like the Other Girls by Claire Douglas an eARC from NetGalley
What’s everyone currently reading, finished reading or planning to read next? Don’t forget to leave links to your WWW Wednesday