Final update: I did so bad on this read-a-thon, it doesn't even warrant mentioning. Another read-a-thon started yesterday so I will be signing up for it. It's a week long so hopefully I'll have more success. We shall see!
Oh yes, another read-a-thon! A lovely random little reading event hosted by April at My Shelf Confessions from now (actually 10/19 at 12:00am EST) until Tuesday, 10/23 at 12:00am EST. So, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday! Yes, it's about 2:30am here and yes, I'm still up...reading The Drawing of the Three (yes, I'm behind on the read-a-long I'M hosting...I'm a terrible, terrible get-behind-on-everything-person) so I can finally post the discussion for the read-a-long. I'm also supposed to be joining in on a discussion of Here Be Dragons by Sharon Kay Penman tomorrow at Historical Fiction Connection for our read-a-long there. Guess what...yup, behind on that one too. *hangs head in shame* Okay, so April says this is totally random so you can sign up anytime (click the button) and read whatever you want. Twitter hashtag is #randomRAT
What I'm reading...
- The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King--I'm on page 121. I need to read to page 277 by Sunday.
- Here Be Dragons by Sharon Kay Penman--need to read to page 197...TOMORROW (actually today)
- The Passage by Justin Cronin--on page 201. Need to be to page 631 by Tuesday night. Ugh! Great book though. =O)
- The Witch's Trinity by Erika Mailman--Yup, I'm hosting a witchy reading challenge this month at Castle Macabre...and haven't even read one witchy book. I hope to get this one read so I can squeeze in one or two more. Yeah, I'm stupidly optimistic.
- The Home by Scott Nicholson--another one I'd like to get in before the end of the month
Updates will be above all this mumbo jumbo, just below the button.