Today I thought I’d do a January reading wrap up with the help of WWW Wednesdays.
The bullet points are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
And link-up details can be found here.
My current reads are:
The Dry – Jane Harper
This is something I’ve actually been in the middle of for ages. I recently re-clicked it on my Kindle, because I want to read the second in the series, ha! Love this book. Great insomnia companion.
This also counts toward my effort to read all my unread/unfinished books. There are A LOT of those around here.
Magpie Murders – Anthony Horowitz –
You guys, I’m actually reading a book I mentioned in my January book haul. Is that extra reader points or something?
Goblin – Ever Dundas –
Medium-known fact: I have a thing for cleverly written quirky characters. And World War 2. Triple intrigued because the author is a book group friend.
(I have a signed copy of Goblin to give away in a review-how-I-do-them post coming up soon. Stay tuned.)
DIY MFA – Gabrielle Pereira –
Because this is as close as I get to DIY.
The Wife Between Us – Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen –
Honestly twisted. Read it.
The Woman In The Window – A.J. Finn –
Wow. Felt like I was in this story. Figured out the first twist, but not the others. Spent the whole book wondering when this would be made into a film. That’ll be a thing. Read it faster.
My first finished reads of the year were from Netgalley.
And on deck, we have:
As Isla says, ‘sumfin else, sumfin else, sumfin else…’
And I asked this question elsewhere earlier this week, What’s the one book you wish you could read again for the first time?
A few site notes:
I will be doing a post a day in February, anyone who wants to follow along, please push the buttons, as I say.
I’ll also be participating in InCoWriMo – anyone who wants a postcard or other snailmail from me, I can do that, too.
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