My Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon

This wasn’t my first readathon but this was the first time I was ready! Preparation made all the difference in creating a lovely relaxing day of reading.

I wanted to be more social this time but I also didn’t want to pick up my phone every ten minutes so I used my bullet journal to track my minutes and my reading. I read five books, and put one gently into the DNF pile. Between 7 AM and 10 PM I read for nearly 10 hours!

I managed to finish five books yesterday. I did DNF Supernaturalists which I tried to approach both as a physical book and as an audiobook. I just couldn’t quite envision the world Eoin Colfer was trying to create and so I put is aside. Other than that book I had five (FIVE!) fantastic reads. Here they are!

All in all, I managed to get through quite a few of my Frighteningly Good Reads! I hope to give each and every one of them a review because they were all amazing!

Tell me, please! Did you participate in the Dewey Readathon?

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