This time around, I plan to make a delicious brioche french toast concoction for breakfast and put butter chicken in the crockpot for dinner. I still need to pick up some snacks to enjoy, but my day is somewhat planned out. I am ready to read as much as possible with two children in the house and take a small break to go to our local library book sale (yes, I need more books).
My decidedly overambitious pile includes YA (Girls Made of Snow and Glass; Exit, Pursued by Bear), short stories (Awayland; The Refrigerator Monologues; What Happens When A Man Falls From The Sky), comics (Hyperbole and a Half; Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant), literary fiction (The Female Persuasion), and nonfiction (Year of Yes). I also have my audiobook of Major Pettigrew's Last Stand ready to go for those moments when I have to do something other than hold a book in my hands.
What are your Readathon plans? What book are you starting with? What will you be snacking on?
P.S. I wrote a warm-up post about ways to have your best Readathon as an introvert or an extrovert. You can check it out here.