Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon: Midday Check-In

9 hours down – almost half way there and 2 books down!

It’s the perfect day for patio reading (and for a beer fest!)

So far, this has been a great readathon. Knowing that I’d be taking an extended break for the beer fest gave me more freedom than anything. With such limited time, the pressure’s off to participate in every single mini challenge and just read! That said, my favorite part of every readathon is seeing everyone out on Instagram and Twitter – everyone looks to be having a great readathon! What’s been your favorite part of the day?

I’ll be leaving soon, but I’ve already managed to finish two books today! Both were relatively fast reads: A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness and The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich. Both were enthralling, all-consuming emotional reads for me, A Monster Calls more for Conor’s heart wrenching story and The Dead House for the mystery.

Now I’m back to Vassa in the Night. I started reading Vassa several weeks ago and have struggled with it ever since. Today’s the day I finish it though!

What are you reading?


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