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WWW Wednesday (17th March 2021)

We’ve made it to another Wednesday 👏. I hope everyone is doing well this week, and reading plenty of good books. Before I get into the books I’m currently reading, recently finished and what I’m reading next, I’ll just remind everyone this challenge was created by Sam and centres around answering the following questions:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?

What do you think you’ll read next?

As I’ve finished my reads for 1st April, I’ll be starting this one at some point today (my blog tour post will be live on the blog on April 6th). I don’t know what to expect but I do need something light hearted after my recent reads 😂.

My thoughts on this one will be live on the blog on April 1st (keep an eye out).

My thoughts on this one will be live on the blog on April 1st (keep an eye out).

I finished this one over the weekend and shared my thoughts via my post for the blog tour.

I actually finished this one this morning which means all of my 1st April releases are read 🎉. I’ll be sharing my thoughts then but, for now, I’ll say it was a thought-provoking read – different to what I expected.

After I’m finished with Half the World Away, I have two books to read:

I’ve had this one on my NetGalley shelf for what seems like an eternity and I’m looking forward to finally getting stuck into it soon.

I know, I know I haven’t read The Switch and I’m unsure how I feel about The Flatshare but – I’ll admit – after requesting it on NetGalley (and actually getting this request granted), I’m actually excited to read this one. I’m not going to hype it up too much too early but I think it’ll satisfy my need for escapism during these trying times.

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So that’s it for another WWW Wednesday! I’d love to know if you’ve read any of these books or I’d love to find out your current reads, recently finished books and what’s next (basically talk books to me 😂😂).

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