WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. It’s open for anyone to join in and is a great way to share what you’ve been reading!
I’m just reading one book this week and it’s an audio book. I’ve only just started listening to it but I’m enjoying it so far!
House of Correction by Nicci French
I’ve finished five books this week and enjoyed all of them. Two of them were shorter reads and two were audiobooks so it meant I got more books read than I might have done. I’m still not feeling much like picking up print or kindle books but when I do pick books up I enjoy them. I hope this mood passes soon.
Older and Wider by Jenny Eclair
The Power in You by Henry Fraser
The Stolen Sisters by Louise Jensen
Before the Coffee Gets Cold: Takes from the Cafe by Toshikazu Kawaguchi
Summer by Ali Smith
What I Might Read Next
These are two of the oldest books on my NetGalley shelf and I’m still really keen to read them both so hopefully I can read them this week.
The Hidden Girls by Rebecca Whitney
The Sight of You by Holly Miller
8 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (30 Sep 20)! What are you reading this week?”
I’m so glad you’re enjoying House of Correction! xx
I really hope you’re enjoying the Nicci French, Hayley. I’m more familiar with the Frieda Klein series, but I’ve heard good things about that one. And I’m especially interested in what you think of The Hidden Girls. I hear good things about that one, too, and I’m thinking of reading it.
I’ve come across that book – The Stolen Sisters – before. It sounds good.
I can’t wait to get my copy of House of Correction. I also want to read The Stolen Sisters. Thanks for sharing, and here’s MY WWW POST
Older and Wider. LOL. I kind of want to read that now. I’m not quite at that age, but maybe it would be good, funny preparation.
I like the look of Older and Wider and The Power in You and look forward to reading what you think about them. I’m currently reading Love of Country by Madeleine Bunting which is about the Hebrides and lovely, and Kitted Out, which is a review copy about youth culture and costume in WW2 which is absolutely fascinating (but a bit grimly detailed in places). I’m moving on to a novel from NetGalley, How it All Blew up by Arvin Ahmadi, about a gay Muslim teen, and Slay in Your Lane in paperback, because I have Loud Black Girls on NG to read (published tomorrow: when will I get properly caught up?).
Great selection of books! I can’t wait to read The Stolen Sisters. Happy reading! xx
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