WWW Wednesday – 6th January 2021

Hello hello, and welcome to my first WWW Wednesday of the year. It’s already shaping up to be… interesting, so let’s skip the introduction and move right on to book talk.

I posted my January TBR the other day, which is my first attempt at actually swearing myself to a list of books and trying to stick to them. I’m the first to confess that I’m easily distracted so this is like, completely beyond my comfort zone. It’s brave of me. I’m almost growing up.

So, as always, WWW Wednesday is all about reading habits.

  • What have you recently finished reading?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What are you planning on reading next?

What have you recently finished reading?
I’ve finished three books so far this year, and my most recent finish is Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology, which I really enjoyed listening to while I was relaxing and crocheting. It was inspired after I finished reading The Twisted Tree and The Crooked Mask. Rachel Burge did such a brilliant job of conjuring up the mythology that I found I knew nearly nothing about, it was fantastic to educate myself a bit more. The narration was also superb, and was just a damn good listen.

What are you currently reading?
I’m splitting my time between multiple books at the moment – of course I am, some habits just can’t be broken – but most of my time is being spent reading or listening to From Blood and Ash. As I mentioned over on my Instagram, I was essentially bullied into reading this book (with love, I think) and I’m really glad that was the case. I’m now very highly invested in the characters and the plot. It’s quite a long book so I imagine it will take me a little while to work through, but I really am enjoying it.

What are you planning on reading next?
Next on the agenda is a combination of continuing to make my way through my January TBR and my NetGalley reading list. The ones I’m reading have shifted a little bit but that’s sometimes an exciting thing rather than a bad thing! I’ve got a few books due to finish reading this month, and I’m hoping to get as many done as possible.

Right that’s it for now! Next post is due up on Friday.


  1. I enjoyed Gaiman’s book but it felt a little samey because I’m a big saga and Norse myth fan and I’d recently read a few retellings. It was well done though and covered everything well and effectively.

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