WWW Wednesday (25th August 2021)

Unlike last week, I’m not writing this post from a comfy sun bed in Spain but, instead, I’m back to writing from my desk as I procrastinate from the work I definitely should be doing.

I haven’t exactly got into the swing of things yet where blogging is concerned (though I did post a new review this morning) but I’ll be back to normal posting schedules soon.

For now, 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 currently reading anything at the moment. If you follow me on Instagram , you might have seen that I’m in the process of moving house. My books have been organised, packed up and are now sitting in my new house (waiting to be read) and – between getting the house in order and getting into the swing of things post holiday – I haven’t picked up my Kindle or a book for a few days.

Obviously I can’t go too long without reading so I’ll be sure to update you when I do pick a book up.

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This was one of the last books I read during my holiday and, after a darker read, it was just what I needed.

So many authors I love and follow on social media rave about Abigail Mann and — after reading this book — I can see why. It was tender, funny and heartwarming*

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Although I did read this right before my flight home, I don’t regret reading this book at all. It was a complete contrast to The Lonely Fajita and, honestly, to anything I’ve read before*

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I wanted to read this book as soon as I heard it was coming out but, unfortunately, I was rejected a chance to read it earlier on NetGalley.

As they say, good things come to those who wait and – honestly – I’m glad I waited. It wasn’t exactly what I expected but it was a fun, chaotic rom-com full of beautiful scenery and lovely descriptions of food (don’t read on an empty stomach, I’m telling you!)*

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After reading Daisy Jones & The Six and Malibu Rising , I couldn’t resist reading another of Taylor Jenkins Reids’ books (especially considering the fact that this was free on my Kindle).

This was different to the previous books I’ve read by the author, and a lot shorter, but I still enjoyed it*.

I’ve completed my August TBR so I’m not entirely sure what to read next. I think I have an upcoming release on my NetGalley shelf so I’ll probably get started on that as soon as I feel like reading.

I’m sure I’ll keep you updated about whatever it is I’ll be reading next, so watch this space!

* I’ll be providing reviews for these titles soon, so keep an eye on the blog for posts.

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 (maybe you can help me choose my next read?).

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