Books

WWW Wednesday (4th August 2021)

It’s the first WWW Wednesday for August 🎉! July absolutely flew by (don’t forget to check out my Wrap-Up post for last month, if you haven’t already!) and I’m already making good headway with my August TBR. I love reading posts about what people are reading so I thought I’d carry on with these WWW Wednesday posts.

As always, 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 not actually reading anything at the moment but I’m sure I’ll update you when I am, whenever that may be.

*I’m not reading anything because, when I wrote this post, I’d just finished one of the books I’m about to talk about.

(Goodreads Link)

This was my first non-fiction read in ages and, despite the quite heavy subject matters explored, I enjoyed it.

(Goodreads Link)

This was the first book on my TBR for August and, let me just say, I enjoyed it. Whilst How To Murder Your Life was non-fiction which read like fiction, Daisy Jones and The Six was fiction which read like non-fiction (I checked so many times whether I was reading about a real band because, much like the characters in Malibu Rising , the characters felt so real!) and it was an intoxicating read from start to finish.

I’m more than likely going to make my way through my TBR but, as always, only time will tell what I’m reading next.

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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