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WWW Wednesdays: 21 October 2020

My reading is still very slow, so bear with me!


WWW Wednesdays’ home is at Sam’s blog Taking On A World of Words. Check it out!

The three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you will read next?


What am I currently reading?

I am about 45 pages into Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. I am enjoying it, but I am finding it hard to keep my mind on it for some reason. On audio I am listening to Lenny Kravitz’ autobiography Let Love Rule for a book club. I am really enjoying that one a lot. He narrates it himself and he is a joy to listen to. So far I would highly recommend. He is a very interesting guy!

What did I recently finish reading?

In the last week I have finished The Templars by Dan Jones, which was an audio book. That one was a proper history lesson, but I feel I learned a lot about a group of people, who we now think of as almost legendary. I also finished China Rich Girlfriend, the second book in the Crazy Rich Asians series by Kevin Kwan. That one was just meh for me. Though I didn’t hate it, it really wasn’t very good. It mood me back in a bit of a reading funk I think.

What do I think I will be reading next?

I received my signed copy of I Wanna Be Yours by John Cooper Clarke in the post and I am tempted for that one to be next audio book, depending on what book turns out to be the next read for my book club. I also really want to read The Midnight Library by Matt Haig!

3 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays: 21 October 2020

  1. Wow you have quite a range of books. The Lenny Kravitz one sounds great. I don’t read many autobiographies or memoirs but he’s got to have some great stories. I’m also very tempted to read The Midnight Library soon. I keep seeing so many glowing reviews

    1. I try and keep up with a ‘book club’ that centres around books about music, and it has definitely made me read some awesome memoirs this year.

  2. I love the diverse styles of books you have here! I loved Good Omens, but it is definitely a slow burn. Hope you enjoy it! The limited series on Prime was also impeccably done. Happy reading 🙂

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