Library Books Read-a thon starting post and updates

Posted June 22, 2013 by Whitney in read-a-thon / 4 Comments

I made my trip to the library in anticipation of the Library Books Read-a-thon (and have two more on hold) for optimistic thinking.  
Here is what I checked out:

  1. The Obituary Writer by Ann Hood
  2. Are You One of Them by Elliot Holt
  3. The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes
  4. Going Clear by Lawrence Wright
  5. Divergent by Veronica Roth
  6. Insurgent by Veronica Roth
  7. A Stolen Life by Jaycee Dugard

Goals:

  1. I’m almost finished with The Obituary Writer so number one is to finish that.  
  2. I would love to read a least two of the books on my list (excluding The Obit Writer) 
  3. Make time to walk to library and return read books (I hate having late fees)
  4. Set aside time to write any reviews of books I may finish as I prefer doing that when my thoughts are still fresh.

I’ll also be keeping track of my progress here:
7/22
Currently Reading: The Obituary Writer by Ann Hood
Books Read: 1
Pages Read: 110
Time Read: 4 hours
Time Blogged: 1 hr

7/23
Currently Reading: You Are One of Them by Elliot Holt
Books Read: 0
Pages Read: 54
Time Read: 1 hour
Time Blogged: 1 hour
7/24
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7/25
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7/26
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7/27
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7/28
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4 responses to “Library Books Read-a thon starting post and updates

  1. I really need to read the Divergent series. My sister has been begging me to read that series. I don't know if I could do Jaycee Duggard's book. My mom read it and I read a couple pieces, but there are some things I really don't want to read about. Reading is my escape not my reality.

  2. Great list. I don't think I could read Jaycee Duggard's book. It is just too much of a mother's worst nightmare. I have always said having a child missing and not knowing would be harder than having a child die because I would imagine these horrible things happening to them.

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