Saturday, April 9, 2011

24 Hour Read-A-thon - April 9th


I came to the party late, but thought I'd give it a shot anyway.   I am up and ready to READ READ READ today - even though I'm feeling very groggy this morning. My doctor prescribed Ambien and I took it for the first time last night. I think I would rather just wake up tired (or just get up and read when I can't sleep) than wake up feeling fuzzy headed.


If  you want more info on the Read-A-Thon check out Dewey Read A Thon site.  I don't really have a game plan.  I have two books I'd like to finish The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield for book club and a If Books Could Kill by Kate Carlisle.  There are plenty of other books waiting in the wings once these are finished.  (Now, let's hope a cup of coffee with sweep out the Ambien cobwebs and I can actually enjoy some good reading time.)


http://www.amazon.com/If-Books-Could-Kill-Bibliophile/dp/045122891X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1302351356&sr=1-1

http://www.amazon.com/Thirteenth-Tale-Diane-Setterfield/dp/0743298020

3 comments:

Lu @ Regular Rumination said...

Happy reading! I know this is the home stretch... well, sort of. There are still 8 hours to go! I hope you're getting all that you wanted done! I've heard marvelous things about The Thirteenth Tale!

Kate said...

Glad you're doing Readathon!

Read that book,
Flip that page,
24 Hour Readathon
Is all the rage!

jehara said...

The Thirtheenth Tale-excellent choice!
Only a few more hours!! You can do it!