WWW Wednesday 2/3/21

Thanks to Samantha Elizabeth at Taking on a World of Words for hosting WWW Wednesdays!


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The Three Ws are:

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

It has been a good reading week and probably just a good week all around. I have brought audiobooks back into my life, listening to them during chores or on the treadmill. I figure this will also let me knit without feeling guilty about not using the time more wisely–which is probably silly since I enjoy knitting! Anyway.


Currently Reading

The Switch: A Novel by [Beth O'Leary]

I am on the last bit the audiobook version of Beth O’Leary’s The Switch, a humorous British women’s fiction that I started back in August. (Yes, I really did need to get back to my audiobooks! 🙄) The book has been delightful so it’s unfortunate that I’ve spent so long not reading (listening to) it.

Also, I am reading as mentioned last week, women’s fiction novel A School of Daughters by Kate Rene MacKenzie about a woman who discovers her husband is having an affair and a so-far strange little novel Annie and the Wolves by Andromeda Romano-Lax, about a researcher who has become inexplicably obsessed with Annie Oakley, an obsession that has cost her dearly. And, I am reading Stop Self-Sabotage: Six Steps to Unlock Your True Motivation, Harness Your Willpower, and Get Out of Your Own Way by Judy Ho, which I wish would just list the six steps and quit being so talky–I just want the fixes! 😆

Finished Reading

A Stranger in Town by Kelley Armstrong, an excellent 6th novel in the Rockton/Casey Duncan series. You can see my review here.

I had read In the Penalty Box earlier in the week, but my review was last Friday. A YA sports romance from Entangled.

The Forever Girl by Jill Shalvis demonstrated that Shalvis continues to grow as a writer. You can see my review here. This book definitely ran the spectrum of emotions.

West End Girls by Jenny Colgan is one of her earlier novels that has been re-released. Like many of her earlier novels, it’s irreverent and not for everyone. You can see my review here. Spoiler: I enjoyed it.

Lastly, I reviewed this beautiful cookbook from chef Eric Ripert, Vegetable Simple. Wonderful recipes, beautiful photography, an asset to anyone’s library who is already plant-based or wants to add more to their diet. You can see my review here.

Reading Next

Happy reading! 📚📖

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