Wednesday, October 1, 2014

#FrightFall Read-a-Thon - My reading plans, almost two days late, of course...

I just wouldn't be me if I wasn't late for something...and that even includes my own events. LOL So yeah, unless you live under a rock, you've probably heard that I'm hosting my annual FrightFall Read-a-Thon this week. It's the official season for scary reading (although I read scary year round *wink*)!

Here is what I'm reading this week:

  • Trying to finish The House of Seven Gables, Nathaniel Hawthorne. I'm supposed to be hosting a read-a-long over at Castle Macabre and the 30th (today) is the last day. I have failed miserably at it. To be honest, the book is just not capturing my interest as I thought it would. I had the same reaction when reading The Scarlet Letter. Maybe Hawthorne is just not for me.
  • My non-scary book that I must read for a review on Friday, Prisoner of the King, E. Knight.
  • Will try to listen to some Edgar Allan Poe on audio this week.
  • Start reading 77 Shadow Street, Dean Koontz, our scary read for TuesBookTalk
You can still join us for the read-a-thon. It runs for a week (last day is Sunday night). Sign ups are open until Friday night (late). Join us here.


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