WWW Wednesdays

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’ve put Murder on the Christmas Express by Alexandra Benedict on my currently reading, which is a slight cheat as I haven’t started. it yet but I plan to as soon as I schedule this post. I can’t wait for this one, it sounds like such a fun, cozy and festive whodunnit!

I’m also part way through my annual re-read of The Christmas Chronicles by Nigel Slater. I adore this book and find comfort and hope in reading it each year.

Recent Reads

The first book I finished in the last week was Holiday Romance by Catherine Walsh and I loved this Christmas novel. It’s set over Christmas in different years and I found it so much fun to read.

I also finally finished Why Did You Stay? by Rebecca Humphries, which is a book I’d really looked forward to reading but to be honest it was a disappointment. I just found there was a real lack of self awareness and it grated on me.

Then I listened to the audiobook of A Special Cornish Christmas by Phillipa Ashley. I enjoyed this cosy novel a lot but. it wasn’t really a Christmas novel. There is a bit at the start and a bit at the end but it’s more a year in the life of the characters. I still recommend it though.

My next read was Underneath the Christmas Tree by Heidi Swain and I adored this one. It’s got so much Christmas and romance and snow – it was exactly what I love in a Christmas novel.

Last but not least I finished The Dark by Sharon Bolton. It was so good be back in Lacey Flint’s world and to catch up with her but this book was so dark, and hard to read at times as it deals with incels and the dark web. It was a brilliant read though and I hope there’ll be more books in this series.

What I Might Read Next

One Christmas Morning by Rachel Greenlaw

Sun Damage by Sabine Durrant

The Last Party by Clare Mackintosh

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


5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays

  1. I read The Last Party for a book club chat. I liked it though there were definitely a wide range of reactions. The biggest issue is the number of characters to keep straight. But I loved the character development and the wonderful twists!

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