Alright, now that you are taking part in the fabulous event known as the readathon, I want to talk about the books for a minute. I am going to be able to read for most of the day, which is awesome. My potential reads for tomorrow are sitting in the rocking chair we just got from our baby shower (hooray!). They won't be staying there for very long though - I think it's the comfiest chair in the house now.
These are my selections:
Equal of the Sun
Sleeping in Eden
Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking
The Knife of Never Letting Go
Who Will Run the Frog Hospital?
I am going to start out with Who Will Run the Frog Hospital? because it is nice and short and I will feel accomplished early in the day. I'm also going to try to get through Fever because it's due back to the library soon! Have you read any of my other books? Which one should I bump to the top of the list?
And now for the last important question - how are you doing Readathon? What are you reading? Where are you reading? What are you snacking on?
I'm psyched. I hope you are excited too. I'm off to celebrate my birthday (!) and I will see you cool cats tomorrow morning.
I'm so stinking excited! The last read-a-thon was my first and I never had a better time :) I'm to be reading exclusively from my own shelves this time. No running to the bookstore or library. It will be a good way to cut down my tbr pile and maybe even get some classics in that are on my classics club list. Have fun tomorrow!!!ReplyDelete
That's a great idea. I think you will feel doubly accomplished when you finish tomorrow because you will see all that room on your bookshelf!Delete
Thanks for the birthday wishes. :)
You have such a great selection of books I've loved and ones I really want to read! I've been dying to read Frog Hospital, so I'll be checking in to see a quick reaction, for sure!ReplyDelete
Besides having way more books than I could actually read in 24 hours, I think I had a good pile! I will be reviewing Who Will Run the Frog Hospital next week. :)Delete