Happy Wednesday Folks!!
Welcome to this weeks WWW Wednesday!! Hope you’ve all had a great week!!
It’s been a busy week since last weeks post. Had a few hospital appointments which are finally starting to come through. As I mentioned in my April wrap up, I finally managed to meet up with some friends for a social distancing lunch and it was so lovely. Also tomorrow I’m booked in for my second Covid jab. WOOHOO!!!
On the reading front well what can I say. I didn’t do much. What did I do instead, well I binged watched 6 seasons of Line of Duty, and you know what, I’m not even sorry about it!! 😆
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?
All The Little Children by Jo Furniss – This is my pick for the TBR Jar challenge. I started reading this on my Kindle but was struggling to concentrate, so decided to download the audiobook to listen to at the same time.
Not quite the read I was expecting but am hooked and can’t wait to continue with it.
Breakers by Doug Johnstone – I’ve not picked this one since my hospital appointment last week. But absolutely loving it. I’m currently up to page 175, and hope to finish it in the next couple of days.
Forgetting Russia by Lisa Bordetsky-Williams – I’m still working my way through this one. I’m just over halfway. This is a really interesting read, especially as I haven’t really read many set around Russia.
Lost Property by Helen Paris – Another NetGalley eARC ticked of the TBR. Wasn’t too sure about this one at the start, as it wasn’t quite the read I was expecting but turned out to be a moving and enjoyable read. Full thoughts to come soon.
REWIND by Catherine Ryan Howard – This was an exciting read. The audiobook took a little while to get into but once I got used to it I was hooked. The long wait for this from my library was definitely worth it.
Next I’m hoping to pick up a book from this months TBR. I’m not sure which at the moment but it’s most likely going to be My Name Is Monster By Kate Hale. The lovely Laura at Roach’s Reviews sent me her proof copy back in 2019.
What’s everyone currently reading, finished reading or planning to read next? Don’t forget to leave links to your WWW Wednesday