WWW Wednesdays

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words πŸ“š It is a book tag to broaden the reading community and help connect avid readers!

All you have to do is answer the following three questions:

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

CR: ‘The Shearer’s Wife’ by Fleur McDonald jumped to the beginning of my reading pile because I had the pleasure of actually MEETING Fleur this past weekend at my local library. To say Fleur is one of the most down to earth, humble and kind authors is an understatement. I’m looking forward to finishing this book tonight.

RF: ‘Daisy Darker’ by Alice Feeney was the perfect spooky Halloween crime fiction read. I actually listened to this book on audio, making it all the more erry and addictive. Review coming this week πŸŽ™πŸ‘€πŸ‘»

RN: ‘Tilt’ by Chris Hammer is next on the list … still. He’s getting closer to being read … I swear 🀣

What’s everyone reading at the moment? Are you enjoying it? Comment below πŸŽ™

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays

  1. CR: Closing In by E.D Thompson for Crime Fiction Book Club. I made a 12% dint yesterday and plan to make another dint after making this comment. πŸ™‚ Just finished Rachel’s Holiday by Marian Keyes. I tried to read a few pages of Again, Rachel after starting Closing In but couldn’t get into Again, Rachel and might never pick it up again. Closing In is going well and I plan to read Budgets Don’t Work but This Does by Melissa Browne. I’ve enjoyed your posts about financial books and it’s been a good reminder for me to read Melissa Browne’s one especially since I’ve owned it for about a year. :/

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    • Closing In sounds interesting for book club! I like the idea it being around the Christmas holidays πŸŽ„ Finance books are the BOMB.COM. If you like podcasts – try ‘She’s On The Money’ with Victoria Divine, it’s great!


      • Thanks for your reply, Mel. Closing In has the potential to be a 4 – 5 star book. 🌟 I personally hate Christmas and so crime fiction is the only way that I’m going to read a Christmas themed book. 🀣 I’m really enjoying the perspective because main character seems very realistic but the start was slow so I’m only on page 70 now. Did you read the book of She’s on The Money? I maybe remember you saying you had the book?


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