WWW Wednesday – 22nd December 2021

Hello hello and welcome or welcome back to my little bookish corner of the internet. Wednesday has rolled around again, and it’s one of the last ones of the year. It’s so bizarre to think where this year has disappeared to, especially as, sadly, in so many ways, we seem to be almost back to where we were a year ago. 2021 has been a strange year in a lot of ways, and I don’t think it’s one many of us are going to miss.

That said, as I’ve said a couple of times, this year has been a good reading year for me, and so I’m holding onto that fact while everything else is up in the air!

As always WWW Wednesday is about looking at 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 recently finsihed read has been Date Me, Bryson Keller. This gay romance has you wondering throughout whether it will go down in flames, or burst into them. I enjoyed it hugely despite not being a big fan of romance novels on the whole, and I’m really glad I stuck with it. It was fun, but also had a strong messege to send too.

What are you currently reading?
I’ve got more than one book on the go. I know, I know, you’re surprised. Currently I’m reading:

  • The Bone Houses – audiobook
  • First Class Murder – paperback
  • Christmas Is Murder – hardback
  • The Bear and the Nightingale – audiobook

What are you planning on reading next?
Part of that, as always, depends on what I finish first. However, one of my yearly traditions is reading A Christmas Carol on Christmas Eve. I love this Christmas tradition of mine, and I really look forward to it every year. Last Christmas, my husband bought me a beautiful clothbound copy which sadly is in storage this year, but I have an ebook version that I have access to, so I’ll just have to look forward to next year’s reading even more!

Thanks for stopping by today, and don’t forget to let me know what you’re reading in the comments!

1 Comment

  1. How lovely to have that Christmas reading tradition! I re-read Paul Magrs’ story “Stardust and Snow” last Christmas Day and I think I’ll do that again this year. I’m glad you have had a good reading year, and I wish you a better year in 2022.

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