It’s another WWW Wednesday post! We are not only nearing the end of the week, we are also nearing the end of the month (February has absolutely flown by, hasn’t it?). Before I share my March TBR, I thought I’d tell you what I’m reading in the last week of February.
As always, it’s worth mentioning this post was created by Sam and is based on answering the following 3 questions:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
I’m currently listening to an audiobook of The Quantum Weirdness of The Almost Kiss by Amy Noelle Parks, after really enjoying listening to Boyfriend Material (which I finished last week). It’s a light hearted YA rom-com and I’m quite liking it so far.
I started this one – which is my first blog tour post for next month – this morning and I think I’m liking it so far. I’m not fully gripped as of yet but I feel like I definitely will be once I actually sit down and give this book a bit of attention.
I mentioned last week that I got the publication date for this one mixed up but, even still, I’ve finished it…earlier than scheduled. It was a fun-filled book centred around one Dublin family, who get up to plenty of mischief!
A review of this book will be my first review post coming next month. It wasn’t what I initially expected, however it was a very easy read (and you can’t complain if there’s a dog in a book, really!).
Once I’m finished with A Child of My Own, the next blog tour book I’ll be getting stuck in with is Patricia Scanlan’s A Family Reunion. I’m unsure what to expect with this one but I’m still looking forward to reading it.
My imposter syndrome definitely shone through when I typed this out but The Split is my next read, following A Family Reunion, as I’m one of the bloggers who has been asked to take part in a blog blitz on the day of publication. I’m really looking forward to this one and I think it’ll be one of my top reads this year.
So there’s my answers for another WWW Wednesday. I’m kind of in denial about this week going so fast – having not done much to show for it – but I’m definitely not in denial about book related things (considering reading, talking about and writing about books is all I seem to be doing right now!).
What are you currently reading, what have you recently finished, what’s your next read(s)?
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