A bit of update here: the last time I posted in this thread I said I had finished the 6th book of the Outlander saga. Well, some weeks ago I finished the saga (8 books) and I'm waiting for the 9th to be published (it seems I'll have to wait until the end of this year or the beginning of 2022).
Apart from this, I have also read Stephen King's Salem's Lot and his last book, If It Bleeds (made of 4 short stories).
And now I'm reading a series that many women take from the library I work in (Spanish title is 'La villa de las telas', but the original is in German). This is very Downton Abbey I like to read these successful books to see if I can recommend them or not, and who I can recommend them.
Wrestling through the entire A Song of Ice and Fire franchise again. it's such a good story, but it meanders a little bit too much at times
still: jaime nedtard sansa daenerys arya varys littlefinger tyrion dolorous edd asha greyjoy arianne martell olenna tyrell so many great and well-written characters, pity about the plethora of catelyn and bran chapters that marr this series down