Wonderfully Wicked Read-a-Thon

wwreadathonbannerThe Wonderfully Wicked Read-A-Thon is a time when we all get together to dedicate the days of October 11-20 to as much reading as possible. You read as much as you can in order to get yourself a little further through that huge to-read pile! We know real life gets in the way and even if you can’t participate more than one day, you’re welcome to join in on the fun!

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So I’m a couple of days late getting going on this read-a-thon, which started Friday, October 11th, but I still really want to participate. It’s going to be difficult, because I have Parent-Teacher Conferences Monday-Thursday of this week which is going to eat up a lot of my evenings, but we’ll still see how much I can get read.

I’m going to make this my goals post, with the list of books I’m going to be working on throughout the week, and will post my progress post on Monday.


janeeyre smokethief houseofhades wherethestarsstillshine

I’ve already started the first three books on this list, although I’m only a few chapters into The House of Hades. Should I get all of them finished, I will turn my attention to Where the Stars Still Shine, which I’ve heard really good things about and am excited to finally read.

If you’re participating in the Wonderfully Wicked Read-a-Thon, please link me up! I’d love to see what you’re planning on reading this week.


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5 Responses to Wonderfully Wicked Read-a-Thon

  1. Lanaia says:

    You have some interesting books here! That cover of Jane Eyre is really pretty. Good luck! :)
    Here’s my post & updates of Wonderfully Wicked: http://thetemporaryescape.blogspot.com/2013/10/wonderfully-wicked-read-thon-goals.html

    • Merin says:

      I am really hoping this read-a-thon will give me the kick in my pants I need to finally finish her story! I’ve been reading it for far too long.

  2. I can’t count how many times I’ve read Jane Eyre. Love that book! My son is dying to read House of Hades. He loves all of Riordan’s books. I have Where the Stars Still Shine too, but haven’t had a chance to read it. Good luck in getting them all read and those teacher-parent conferences. My kids just had theirs a few weeks ago.

  3. That is such a gorgeous edition of Jane Eyre. I love the story, but I’ve only seen the movie. I really need to read the book some day :) Good luck :D!


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