Doing the Dewey: The 24-Hour Readathon

Chances of me actually reading for 24-hours straight are pretty much slim, but let’s pretend that I’ll make a hearty attempt to stay up reading all night. I have devoted my day entirely to reading so far and I’m only taking this break to blog (because I haven’t blogged about it yet) and to eat dinner in a bit.

Yeah I was really lazy last night and I didn’t do a starting line blog post, but here it is finally.

I just finished my first book at around 6PM: The Flame and the Flower by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss. I’ve been reading a lot of YA recently so I decided to take a break and read a really long romance novel.

After that, I plan on reading Julie Cross’s Tempest since I was just approved to read it on NetGalley yesterday! Hurrah.

I’m not going to be too ambitious and also I have no idea what to read after Tempest. I’ll most likely check out an eBook from the NYPL, but I haven’t decided which yet. One book at a time.

11:02 PM: This is hard work. I’m half-way through Tempest, but I’ve been lured to go hang out with my friends and consume some alcoholic beverages.

Book Trailer Mini Challenge

Hosted by Quirky Girls Read

I actually don’t post a lot of book trailers on Muggle-Born. I dump all the ones that I like over at the Facebook page. I’m really excited to read The Death Cure though, and as always, the trailer is fantastic.

Final Update: I only was able to get through one and a half books. I never really made it to the end of Tempest before I fell asleep. :( I still think that the readathon was successful since I was able to read for an entire day.


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