April 16, 2021

WWW Wednesday – 3rd March 2021

Hello! I’m back with my very irregular posting of WWW Wednesday!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam over at Taking On A World of Words and is based on 3 questions:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

Here’s mine!

What am I currently reading?

I seem to have ended up with 2 books on the go at once. Am I the only one that has a couple of books on the go for different times of the day/ situations?!

Cover of Deity by Matt Wesolowski. Shows the skull of a deer-like animal on a pale grey background.

Deity by Matt Wesolowski is my bath-time book. I love nothing more than a soak in the bath with a good book and this is most definitely a good book! Love the Six Stories books. Deity is the most recent addition to the series.

Cover image of Bullet Train by Kotaro Isaka. Blue text over a picture of the Japanese bullet train with a black background.

Bullet Train by Kotaro Isaka is my afternoon/ weekend book. This was a random NetGalley find but I’m afraid I couldn’t resist a murder mystery set on a Japanese bullet train.

What did I recently finish reading?

Cover of The Last House on Needless Street - Black background with white trees and red text.

The last book i finished was The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward. You can read my advance publication review here.

What do I think I’ll read next?

I KNOW I’ll be starting Blackstoke by Rob Parker tonight – so that’ll be 3 books being read at once. This will be my evening/ after dark read as it’s billed as being a horror and you can’t read a horror in the daytime (it’s the rules). I will be keeping the lights on though – I’m not that brave!

And that’s it. That’s my WWW Wednesday! Leave me a wee comment if you like to tell me your recent reads or tweet at me on Twitter!

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