WWW Wednesday (18th March) + TBR!

Hi everyone,

So I am finally getting back into blogging again! After starting my job a few weeks ago I haven’t been in the mood to blog but I finally feel excited about blogging again!

These WWW Wednesday posts are always fun and easy to do (and an added bonus is the help me keep track of my reading).

I don’t know whether anyone noticed but I didn’t post a tbr for this month so I thought that I would sort of post it here because technically www Wednesday is a kind of tbr… right? Basically for the third question (what are you planning on reading next?) I will include all the books I plan on reading the last two weeks of the month. Does that make sense? Hopefully it will make sense once I do it😂.

So WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme originally hosted by daily rhythm but was revived by Samantha @Taking on a world of words.

All you have to do is answer the following questions:

What are you currently reading?

What have you recently read?

What do are you planning on reading next?

(Pictures link to goodreads).

What are you currently reading?

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

I’m only a couple of pages into this but I know I am going to like it. I have always loved Agatha Christie and grew up watching Pirot and Mrs Marple. I have read a few Agatha Christie books but strangely not this one now I can say that I have finally started reading this one.

Ghostcatcher by Sophie Green

I’m not to far into this one either but I love this trilogy and I am trying to hard to take my time with it because this is the last book😢.

Monsters of music by Rebecca F. Kenney

From the first page of this book I was reminded how much I enjoyed the phantom of the opera! Even though I sort of know where this is going I’m intrigued to see the differences and how it’s all going to come together.

What have you recently read?

Angel Avenger by Tim Wickenden

I’m so proud of myself for finally reading this because I have been meaning to read it for months. I really enjoyed this book and all the German words and mentions of WWII brought back memories of studying this at A-Level. If you are interested in my full thoughts of this book you can find them Here.

The sea of revenge by Nicole Italia

For the past week or so I have been in a bit of a slump and wanted some romance books because it usually helps me. For me pirate romance novels are always my favourite and this one didn’t disappoint. This book was so good! The main character is so bad ass and strong. I also loved the family dynamics in this book especially between the main character and her brother. I haven’t read anything by Nicola Italia before but I really like her writing and will definitely be picking up more by her in the future.

The viscounts tempting minx by Erica Ridley

I was browsing my kindle a few nights ago (as you do) and came across this. I was intrigued by the synopsis and decided to give it a go. It was a quick, easy and romantic read which was exactly what I was looking for. I gave this book a 3.75 stars, even though it was short it really caught my attention and kept me interested. I felt like I was inside the main characters mind all the way through, she was so smart. I’m hoping to read more by Erica Ridley.

What do you plan on reading next?

Of curses and kisses by Sandhya Menon

I have read all of Sandya Menons other books and for the most part, enjoyed all of them. When I heard that this book was a beauty and the beast retelling I knew I had to pick it up. I’m really looking forward to read this one.

Every last breath by Juno Rushdan

Every last breath is a bit different than what I am usually reading recently but I still like thrillers and want to get back into them again. So I thought getting back into thrillers with a thriller romance was a good way to start.

A good girls guide to murder by Holly Jackson

I have been wanting to pick this book up for a while. I have heard nothing but good things about it. Murder mysteries are another genre I can’t wait to get back into again.

Blood on the Tyne by Colin Garrow

Another murder mystery on the list. I got a copy of this book for a blog tour and I’m so intrigued. I’m interested to see what I think of Colin Garrows writing as I have another book by him on my shelf.

The year after you by Nina de Pass

I am buddy reading this book with Noly from theartsyreader so I’m not sure whether I will finish this in March but I would at least like to get a good way into it this month.

The bear and the nightingale by Katherine Arden

Yes! I know, I still haven’t read it yet. I’m annoyed at myself too! I reallyyyyyyy want to get to this now but you know when you have so many things you have to read before you can get to it? That’s me right now! So you will likely (hopefully not) see this book on my April tbr also.

As you can see my tbr consists of a mixture of so many different genres this month and I’m finding this keeps things interesting for me. Especially when you read many books at once like me, it’s nice to be able to switch back and forth.

Are you interested in reading any of these books that I mentioned? What are you currently reading this week (this month)? Let me know in the comments down below and let’s chat!

Thank you so much for reading!