WWW Wednesday is a weekly link up at Sam’s blog Taking On A World of Words. It challenges you to answer the three Ws of reading.


What I am currently reading:

This week I started two new books and carried on with the short stories in ‘The Detectives’ collection.


I also started listening to ‘The Subtle Knife’ (I’ve got lots of long drives this week so I will make some serious headway into it) and reading ‘Murder Most Unladylike’ on the kindle app.


What I have just finished reading:

This week I only finished one of ‘The Detectives’ stories. I wasn’t that keen on ‘The Dead Harlequin’ but I would try more of them. The rest of the stories in the collection are other detectives I am not familiar with so more trial and error!

What I will read next:

I won’t be starting anything new this week, but focusing on finishing ‘Murder Most Unladylike’ for the #BritishBooksChallenge18. I even splashed out on a kindle (arriving tomorrow) so I have less to pack for my weekend away!

5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday 7th February

  1. Sam says:

    Enjoy Christie! I’ve enjoyed all I’ve read from her so far. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!


  2. I love mysteries, which you could probably tell when you visited my blog (thanks, BTW). I have never read Agatha Christie, and I think I need to correct that. Enjoy your reading!


    1. I hadn’t until I started this book (although I was convinced that I had from all the TV films I’ve watched) and I now I am hooked! I thought I would prefer Marple (and I bought 50 more Marple short stories) and then discovered that Poirot is much less annoying in book form than I find him on TV!


  3. I love the header image of your blog!!

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  4. Mini says:

    I loved The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie. I haven’t read The Detectives. Will pick it up soon now.


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