Finally finished Sea of Monsters after countless interruptions. Now on to The Titan’s Curse!
I always struggle with balancing interruptions, too. Good for you for pushing through!
Going out of order on these as I posted my hour 14 update (now that I’m back in the game) before checking on the memes, updates, etc. So here’s hour 12, 2+ hours late:
1. What are you reading right now?
A Rogue By Any Other Name, by Sarah Maclean. I started this a few days ago on my phone while in line at the grocery store, and figured I’d sneak a few pages at dinner when I could. I got 20 pages under my belt while reading under the table, and am about to renounce my reading stack to keep with this one for a while.
2. How many books have you read so far?
Just one, unfortunately (though it was a good one—Horrorstor, by Grady Hendrix!). I did start on a review copy of God’ll Cut You Down, but set it aside when I left for the Renaissance Festival today.
3. What book are you most looking forward to for the second half of the Read-a-thon?
A Rogue by Any Other Name.
4. Have you had many interruptions? How did you deal with those?
Pages read: 293
Books read: Horrorstor, by Grady Hendrix; God’ll Cut You Down, by John Safran; A Rogue By Any Other Name, by Sarah Maclean
Books completed: 1 (Horrorstor)
Total hours read: 2.85
Total snacks eaten: 1 delicious breakfast, 2 cups of pumpkin spice coffee (I’m well on my way to over-caffeinated), 1 turkey leg (hey, it was the Rennaissance Festival, what can I say?), 1 large hunk o’ steak for dinner
Total cheers: I lost track basically as soon as I started… but #TeamShakespeare is ROCKING it. Go team go!
Bewolf is amazing!~
I don’t usually like things written in verse but this heroic poem was amazing!~
It’s always SO AWESOME when readathon books work out perfectly. Hope you’re still going strong at hour 14!
aarluuk said: Hope you are having a great Dewey readathon! Chris - team shakespeare
Ah thank you! Mine hasn’t started yet but I have Outlander, The Lies of Locke Lamora, and Going Postal to look forward to on this fine day off! :D
That’s the second Outlander I’ve seen on readathon lists… a great pick! Hope you’re having a great readathon so far!
Those 26 minutes felt both much longer and much shorter than 26 minutes, but I’m feeling fairly refreshed and ready to get back to reading,
I’m so bad at napping (unfortunately!) that I have to set my alarm for waaay after I lay down, because it takes me ages to go to sleep. I’m super-impressed with your discipline! Happy reading! Go go go!