Readathon: Bout of Books 6.0

I've had such a fun time participating in previous Bout of Books readathons, but I was concerned I just wouldn't have enough time with school to fully commit to the readathon this time around so I didn't sign up.

BUT I saw all the fun tweets and posts about it for today, and I just felt like I was missing out. (Plus, I'm wayyy on top of schoolwork. You would all be so proud!)

And the point isn't to read non-stop for a week. The point is to just MAKE AN EFFORT. And that's what I want to do; just give it my best and get some reading done!

Bout of Books Read-a-Thon


The Cadet of Tildor by Alex Lidell
Blaze (or Love in the Time of Supervillains) by Laurie Boyle Crompton
Prodigy by Marie Lu
FINISH: audiobook of Burn for Burn by Siobhan Vivian and Jenny Han (I'm about halfway through - on Disc 4)

Update #1:

I read chapter 1 of Cadet of Tildor last night - it's like 4 pages long. But still! Something! I didn't even know I was participating in this then ;)


miki said...

happy to see you join us and yes the main goal is to make effort ^^;; ( not to overdo it like me and then be completely out^^;;)

Rachelia G said...

Haha, glad to see you were peer pressured into going the read-a-thon :) Good luck! How are you liking the audiobook of Burn for Burn? Also yay on getting ahead on school work!!

My goals & updates

Aneeqah said...

Yay for joining in! I'm swamped with homework this week, and then I have a debate competition this weekend, which will eat up all of Friday night and perhaps Saturday as well. Which does not bode well for reading time, alas. But, I still signed up, because you're totally right, it's about making an effort! You've got some great books on your list- I can't wait to see what you think of The Cadet of Tildor.

Good luck with your goals! <3 And happy reading. =)

Georgie Lee said...

Congrats on your first day. Good luck with the rest of the read-a-thon!

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