WWW Wednesdays (29 Jun ’22)! What are you reading at the moment?

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

I started reading The Book of Form and Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki this week and I’m really engrossed in it. It’s going to take a little hwile too read just because it’s a big hardback and hard for my hands to hold but I am very much enjoying it.

I’m also reading Is This Love? by C. E. Riley from my NetGalley shelf which is a tough read at times because of the subject matter but it’s one I can’t stop thinking about when I’m not reading it. It’s about a married couple – one is female and the other never has their gender mentioned and it’s a toxic relationship told from one perspective with the other person’s point of view told via legal letters. It’s fascinating and very prescient.

Recent Reads

I read Run Time by Catherine Ryan Howard this week and really enjoyed it. It’s a thriller set during the filming of a small horror film and it’s really gripping.

I also read After You by Jojo Moyes and Still Me by Jojo Moyes (which is the first print book that I’ve finished from my 20 Books of Summer list) and I loved both. I thought Me Before You was perfect without any sequel so it’s taken me a long while to get to these two books but I’m so glad I read them.

What I Might Read Next

I’ve not been in much of a reading mood the last few days as I’m exhausted at the moment from my new physio plan but the books I hope to read are Sun Damage by Sabine Durrant, The Last Party by Clare Mackintosh and The Herd by Emily Henry.

What are you reading at the moment? I’d love to know 🙂

8 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (29 Jun ’22)! What are you reading at the moment?

  1. I’m still trying to find space in my reading schedule to start anything from my 20 Books of Summer list despite one month gone already. Hoping to devote most of July and August to them. I’ve been ignoring a lot of blog tour invitations I might otherwise have been tempted by.

  2. Physio is so hard! Hope the plan starts to help once you’ve got over the awful bit. I didn’t fancy the Ruth Ozeki as it looks a bit twee to me, even though I loved her Tale for the Time Being (I also loved My Year of Meats but couldn’t read it now).

    I just finished Mya-Rose Craig’s Bird Girl today, it’s a memoir about birding as a young woman and social justice but had a LOT of detail about her mum’s mental health issues which wasn’t mentioned in the blurb but was quite distressing – I did push on and finish it which I’m sort of glad I did. I’m currently reading Running in the Midpack by Anji Andrews and Martin Yelling, which is a non-fiction running book for people who already know how to run, not something you get very often. Intriguing so far. Next up will be one of my July NetGalley books (several published on the same day so not sure which) and the next in my 20 Books of Summer but that won’t be for a while as just started Running in the Midpack.

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