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’ve been sorting out my Kindle and audiobooks recently and The Perfect Wife by JP Delaney caught my eye as I was doing that so it’s my current listen. It’s more intriguing than I thought it was going to be and I’m enjoying it so far.
My current festive read is the lovely Flora’s Travelling Christmas Shop by Rebecca Raisin.
I’m also still reading Woke Up This Morning by Michael Imperioli but I’m not far off finishing it now. I’m going to miss this one once I’m done as I’ve really enjoyed dipping in and out of this book in recent weeks.
I just finished reading My Mother, Munchausen’s and Me by Helen Naylor last night. I found this book hard to read at times because of the subject matter but it was a fascinating exploration of living with a narcissistic mother and dealing with all the repercussions of her behaviour.
I’m trying to get to some of the older books on my TBR at the moment as well as new releases so this week I listened to the audiobook of Sleep Tight by Rachel Abbott, which I’ve owned since 2014. I really enjoyed this one. I’m struggling with a bad back at the moment and this was perfect escapism.
I also read Survive the Night by Riley Sager from my NetGalley shelf and I enjoyed it. I thought the first half was better than the second but it did keep me hooked all the way through.
I finished reading The Twelve Wishes of Christmas by Ruby Basu and loved it. You can read my review here.
I also finished listening to Dreams from My Father by Barack Obama and enjoyed it. I also have The Audacity of Hope on my Audible and a hardback copy of his memoir so hope to read more by him soon.
I really enjoyed reading The Little Christmas Tree House by Tracy Rees last week too, it was a lovely festive read. My review is here.
What I Might Read Next
As I’ve been sorting through my Kindle books I’ve been taking note of the books I’ve owned the longest and it seems We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates has been on my Goodreads since I first set up my account (in early 2010!) but I know I’ve owned it longer than that. So I’d really like to finally start reading it this week!
I also hope to read The Best Christmas Ever by Karen King which is the next Christmas book on my NetGalley shelf.
I’d also like to get back to the Frieda Klein series so I have Waiting for Wednesday by Nicci French on this week’s TBR!
What are you reading at the moment? I’d love to know 🙂
7 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (17 Nov ’21)! What are you reading this week?”
1971 John Brunner sci-fi – The Wrong End Of Time
Mark Greaney – Agent In Place
Tom Clancy series by Marc Cameron – Code Of Honor 🙂
I’ve been thinking about picking up The Perfect Wife so good to see that you’re enjoying it.
My WWW post: https://liseysreads.wordpress.com/2021/11/17/www-wednesday-32-17-november-2021/
I loved Flora’s Traveling Christmas Shop. Flora is such a fun character. Hope you are enjoying it ❤️
Survive the Night was really good…and another favorite of mine: We Were the Mulvaneys! Loved it. Saw a movie, too.
Enjoy! Here’s MY WWW POST
I’d dread to think what I’d find from years ago on my kindle app! 😂
I can only imagine how tough reading Naylor’s book was at times. I worked in a hospital with a patient that was suspected of doing it to herself for attention and it was really hard to hear/see.
Good reading! I’m on The Hidden Case of Ewan Forbes, which is a NetGalley book about a suppressed court case regarding a trans man and his inheritance in the 60s, and I just finished a novel (Life in Translation) and think I’m going to read a shortish book about the Birmingham music scene next.