After a very pleasant long weekend, I’m back to normal, which means lots of working, walking and keeping myself busy with reading, blogging and enjoying whatever’s now allowed under the new, slightly eased version of lockdown we find ourselves in in most parts of the UK.
Before I get into my recent reads, 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?
I’m currently reading The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary. Though I can’t say anything about The Switch, which has been sat on my Kindle for what feels like forever screaming read me!, The Flatshare was a sweet, easy read that introduced me – and several others – to a writer whose name will be on people’s lips (and whose books will be on people’s TBRs) for a long time. I’m only 25% into this book but I think this might be the kind of read I needed right now (you’ll be able to figure out if I’m right when I release my full review on the 29th!).
I recently finished reading The Ends of the Earth by Abbie Greaves which has been sat on my NetGalley shelf for what feels like the longest time. I haven’t read her first book, so didn’t have any comparisons, but I thought it was an interesting read (you’ll be able to read my full thoughts on this one when I post my full review on the 29th).
I’m on a blog tour for this one in the middle of next month but – before I can allow my list of books still to be read to get to an awful level – I’ll be giving it a read as soon as I’ve finished The Road Trip. I’m not sure what to expect with this one but the premise sounds very different and interesting.
I’ve read a couple of heavy going books recently and this one sounds like an emotional rollercoaster. It doesn’t have to be read until 29th May so I have plenty of time to mentally and emotionally prepare myself for this one…and make sure I have tissues ready 😂.
So that wraps up another WWW Wednesday. What have you been reading at the moment? I’d love to chat about recent/upcoming reads with you 😊.
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