#WWWWEDNESDAY – 7 December 22

It’s WWW Wednesday!

WWWWednesdays meme, formerly hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm, has been revived and is now hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

What are you currently reading?

Having just finished Death on the Rhine I haven’t yet moved onto another book yet.

What did you recently finish reading?

I’m still near the end of God and Caesar due to a nasty cold I’ve not yet gone back to finish this. I have a BlogTour (I’ll be posting on 9 Dec) and wanted to get on with reading Death on the Rhine by Heather Peck. Which I’m pleased to have done.

Apart from that I’ve not been reading or sharing my thoughts much at all! I didn’t complete my #NovNov challenge. Here’s my #NovNov roundup.

Some reading at last which is good and I am feeling much better but it did take it out of me, I haven’t had such a bad cold for years. I’ve a bit to catch up on which I will get to over the next few weeks.

What do you think you’ll read next?

I’m not sure what I’ll read next there is a lot of choice from my TBR list as well as needing to finish God and Caesar although it may not be the first thing I do.

I still want to read Every Trick in the Book by Iain Hood and The Hermit by Louise Walters.

A better week but still not great. I hope December will be better at least I’ve one book finished. I’m a fair way off reading my usual 50+ books in a year having just finished the 35th still I hope I’ll manage two or three more and catch up on those reviews.

Looking on the bright side this is another Wednesday I’ve actually managed to post in a row for #WWW-Wednesday.


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