WWW Wednesday – 29th September 2021

Hello hello, and welcome or welcome back to my little bookish corner of the internet. It’s the last Wednesday in September, and it certainly feels like its time to be reading ghost stories under fluffy blankets. It’s my favourite time of the year. I love autumn, and listening to the rain hit the windows outside while I have a book in my hands is absolutely wonderful.

I mentioned last week that I wasn’t feeling very well, and I’m only feeling more rough. As I mentioned in my last post, managing my every day health with my Addison’s – as well as everything else – can be really hard work, and I’m not quite sure where my energy levels have dropped away to, as I’m scraping the bottom of the barrel. I’m struggling to get any reading in, even with my ever faithful audiobooks, because of how poorly I’m feeling, and this is frustrating me no end. But for now, here’s where I’m at.

WWW Wednesday as always ia about looking at you recent reading habits with three simple questions:

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

What have you recently finished reading?
My most recent finished read has been Lakesedge, which I read for a blog tour, and absolutely loved. I shared my interview with author Lyndall Clipstone, which you can read here, and I’ll be sharing my review very soon because I think it’s one of those books that’s absolutely perfect for this spooky season.

What are you currently reading?
Because I’m not getting much reading done at the moment, I made the decision to side line a few unfinished books to pick back up another time. So for now, this is what I’m reading:

  • Curses – Fantasy – Audio
  • Once Upon A Broken Heart – Fantasy – eARC
  • A Study in Charlotte – Crime Fiction – Paperback
  • Horseman – Ghost Story – Audio

I’m really enjoying what I’m reading when I can manage it, and I’ve particularly enjoyed listening to Horseman as the weather has gone downhill today. I’ve only managed an hour of it so far, but it’s been one of the books I’ve been most excited for to end the year with, so I’m looking forward to finishing it.

What are you planning on reading next?
Well as I mentioned last week I have plans for blog tour reads but Thursday’s blog post will be my October TBR so I won’t be going into detail otherwise I’d be ruining my future….

Short and sweet post today. Please be sure to check back for posts the rest of the week, especially for tomorrow’s final post of the month!

1 Comment

  1. Sorry to hear you’re having such a rough time of it. I have a friend with Addison’s and it’s very wearing. I was reading Hope not Fear by Hassan Akkad on Wednesday, which was a difficult at times but ultimately inspiring memoir.


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