Thank you, TerriBull.
In the run up to Christmas, I was re reading How far is it to Bethlehem by Norah Lofts. It was recommended on a GN thread like this last year, I really enjoyed it and it is now my December reading.?
After Christmas, I had a sofa ? day and read The Man Who Died Twice, the new Richard Osman. I laughed out loud a few times, also it was interesting to learn a bit more about the characters' back stories.
I have just started reading How to Fall in Love by Cecilia Ahern, not sure about it yet. I sometimes find her books a hit or a miss?
I have chosen Anxious People by Fredrik Backman for our Book Group meeting at the end of January. I read it last year and found it very different, quirky and heartwarming, set in Sweden with a particularly Nordic sense of noir and humour. I've just heard that it is now on Netflix, dubbed/ subtitles.
Reading ? has been my distraction during the pandemic. I come from a family of avid readers, my Dad took us to the local library every Saturday, I can't remember a day without reading.
I'm looking forward to your recommendations. ☺