Hope you’re all doing well and have had a good week since last weeks post!!
November hasn’t quite started off as planned!! Have had a really bad pain flare up in my leg since Sunday so haven’t really been in the mood to do much. Instead I’ve spent lots of time reading and online shopping. I ordered a few more books to cheer my self up as well as buying a few stocking fillers or my nephews. Yes, I’ve already started my Christmas shopping sorry, not sorry!!!
Anyway enough of my ramblings lets get into this weeks post!!!
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?
REVERIE by Ryan La Sala – This is the book for this months Big Library Read, which I’ve decided to take part in again!!! I started the audiobook Monday evening, but haven’t managed to listen to much of it. But I have heard some good things about this one.
The Passengers by John Marrs – Started this one on Sunday and loving it!! Seriously why did I wait so long to pick it this one up.
BULLETS AND BONE: DESA KINCAID (Book 2) by R.S PENNEY – I’ve not read the first book in this series but I have been assured that this one can be read as a standalone. I’m liking it so far. I have about 15% left. Hoping to have it finished either by tonight or tomorrow the latest.
The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman – My audiobook came through from my library on BorrowBox. I wasn’t expecting the hold until January but got a nice surprise when the notification came through. I’d seen quite a few praises for this book, so when I started it, I thought I might be disappointed but turned out to be a very good read.
The Tech by Mark Ravine – Took me a little longer than planned to finish this one but it was worth the wait it. This was another good read. This was another good read!!!
The Secret GP by Dr Max Skittle – This was a really interesting audiobook that I came across during my random scroll through my BorrowBox app. It was a very honest account of one GPs experience of working in London.
Shadow Sands by Robert Brayndza – This was my first book by Robert Bryndza and it didn’t disappoint. I had to pace myself while reading this one as I could have easily read the whole thing in one sitting. I will be downloading the audiobook for the first book as soon as clear my audiobook list.
Up next will hopefully be Just Get Up: and Manifest You Inner Genius by Issac Samuel Miller, as well as something from my November TBR.
What’s everyone currently reading, finished reading or planning to read next? Don’t forget to leave links to your WWW Wednesday