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WWW Wednesday ~ 5th February 2020

This post runs weekly on Sam’s blog; I usually post as a mid-month check in but I’ve really enjoyed some of the books I’ve been reading and want to speak about them.

WWW Wednesday

What are you currently reading?
Currently, I’m reading Winter by Ali Smith – I’m trying to read the quartet when it’s seasonably appropriate.  Like Autumn I’m finding this to be a book I can’t dip in and out of, I need to sit down and read a chunk at a time so I can get caught up in the stream of writing. I’m also reading Legendary as I’ve been meaning to continue with the Caraval trilogy for a while, I’m only a couple of chapters in at the moment so still trying to remember who everyone is!

What have you recently finished?
I’ve just finished How To Break Up with Fast Fashion by Lauren Bravo which fits in perfectly with my recent aims of buying less clothes; I’d highly recommend this it really will open your eyes to the reasons why this is such a problem and what we can do to try and help.  At the weekend I finished The Temple House Vanishing which is out on 20th February and centers around the disappearance of a pupil and teacher from Temple House school in Ireland in 1990; for the 25th anniversary of the mystery a local journalist is starting her own investigations, I’ll have a full review up soon but this was quite an addictive read.

What will you read next?
I’m putting this in writing so it’s more likely to happen but next I want to start The Book Thief; this has been on my TBR for a really long time

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10 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday ~ 5th February 2020”

    1. Yes, it covers quite a wide spectrum and has a list of links in the back of places to start on different topics including looking into ethical brands. I think the main ‘ah ha’ moment I had with it was it pointed out that just donating everything to charity shops doesn’t solve the problem if you’re just replacing it with more bags of clothes from Primark

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