WWW Wednesdays (24 Feb ’21)! What are you reading this week?

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!

Current Reads

The Last thing to Burn by Will Dean

I bought this book on a whim the other day after reading some amazing reviews and I started reading it right away. I’m really gripped by this at the moment and can’t wait to sit and read more.

The Twenty Seven Club by Lucy Nichol

This book is so good! I’m enjoying it more than I can say. This is such a fun, nostalgic look at Hull in the 90s through the eyes of Emma (an almost 27 year old) in the wake of Kurt Cobain’s death. I love this book so far and can’t wait to read more!

Recent Reads

Life’s What You Make It by Phillip Schofield

My husband bought me this book for my birthday last month and I finally read it over the weekend, and I very much enjoyed it. It’s one that fans of Phillip Schofield will love!

Bound by Vanda Symon

I love Sam Shepherd and this book was another fab instalment to the series. I’ll be reviewing this one for the blog tour next month but in the meantime I highly recommend it!

What I Might Read Next

The Girl in the Missing Poster by Barbara Copperthwaite

The Festivals by Sarah Vaughan

The Black Kids by Christina Hammonds Reed

As is the norm for me these days I don’t know what, or even if, I’ll be reading this week but these three books are the ones that most appeal to me from my TBR as I write this post.

12 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (24 Feb ’21)! What are you reading this week?

  1. A good selection of books there! I just finished “Grayson’s Art Club: The Exhibition” and Paul Magrs’ excellent new novel (just realist, no magic, as I like them, set in a tatty caff in Manchester and taking in the city’s gay history) “Hunky Dory”. I’ve just started “Trans Britain” which is a book of essays by trans people highlighting their fights and history, as it’s LGTBQIA+ History Month this month, and all of these are also by independent publishers for #ReadIndies month so I feel I’m doing well there. Next up are review books on characters on the keyboard and new innovations in archaeology.

    • Thank you! Apologies for not replying to your comment before now, I’m so behind with everything at the moment so am slowly trying to catch up. The books you were reading last month sound really interesting. Paul Magrs’ new novel sounds excellent, I’m going to add that one to my wish list now.

  2. You have some great reads, as ever, Hayley! I’ll say again how glad I am you enjoyed Bound. Vanda Symon is terrific. And I’ve heard that The Girl in the Wanted Poster is very good. I hope you’ll like that one.

  3. I haven’t heard of The Twenty Seven Club but will be checking that out. I love all things Kurt Cobain!

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