2/4/18 It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly post to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading, and what you plan on reading next. This is a terrific meme that allows you to meet fellow bookworms and find new books to add to your ever-growing reading wish list.

I first spotted this weekly meme on Reading Between The Pages, although it is actually hosted by The Book Date.

What I read last:

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Holy Island, by LJ Ross

This was the final challenge for March Mystery Madness – an author who was new to me. I liked the characters and did enjoy the plot, however as a romantic suspense there was just too much romance for me – as you may have noticed I don’t read romance, and not much women’s fiction either!

What I’m currently reading:

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Spectacles, by Sue Perkins

Sue is a comedienne who used to present “The Great British Bake Off”. I find her very funny, and am enjoying her memoir so far. I’m also planning to use this towards one of my 2018 Reading Challenges – the prompt is “A memoir, biography or book of creative non fiction”.

What I plan to read next:

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The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame

I realised when writing my March wrap up that I still hadn’t done any Classic Children’s Literature, so I thought I’d better make a start! I’ve never read The Wind in the Willows, but I’ve now seen it performed on stage twice and really like the story. It will be interesting to see how different the book is!

What do you have planned for this week?

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