WWW Wednesday: January 5, 2022

Thanks, as always, to Sam @ Taking on a World of Words for this meme that keeps me focused on my current piles instead of looking at the 500 things I have on my Goodreads TBR. All you have to do to participate is answer the following three questions:

  • What did you recently finish?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • And, what do you think you’ll read next?


I have 1% left on Three Ordinary Girls. I have so many thoughts about these brave women!

I have less than 100 pages left on Gold Diggers and, while to story has me excited to see how it ends, the main character is such a pooper. Like, a massive drip.

I borrowed Fish Out of Water on my kindle and it is such a lovely little mystery / romance. It is set in a retirement home and I love the whole thing.

And I could not resist starting the audiobook How Y’all Doing when I found out it was read by Leslie Jordan. I just love him.


In moments of stress there is nothing quite like a romance to take you away from it all. And, oh-my-chron you all, this new variant was absolutely everywhere here in Chicago between Christmas and NYE. I disappeared into my books.

Kiss the Girl by Melanie Jacobson was absolutely delightful. I haven’t read a romance this sweet and this lovely in forever. Both of the characters are completely devoted to their families and their own goals. Did it have some weird plot twists? Sure did. But it all worked for me.

I also read Sidequest for Love by L.H. Cosway. It was quirky and offbeat and I really enjoyed it. This one, of the two, had open door romances but somehow Kiss the Girl was hotter.

The library is going to want this back and I need to crack into it before they start sending the alerts.

Tell me, please! What’s on your WWW?


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  1. I am determined to comment on all the WWW posts on Wednesday for once! Look like some good choices there. I finished D.E. Stevenson’s “The Fair Miss Fortune” this morning (about to review it) and I am reading Christine Ritter’s “A Woman in the Polar Night” said polar night being in 1930s Svalbard, and A. Kendra Greene’s “The Museum of Whales You Will Never See”, which is about the peculiar museums of Iceland. I’m also reading Richard Osman’s “The Man Who Died Twice” but along with my husband on audiobook so it’s a bit stop-start. No idea what’s coming next!


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