Okay, I realize that this is a couple days late, but I promise I have a good excuse--I was at a conference Sunday and Monday. So here is my wrap up post for the Bout of Books Read-a-thon hosted by On a Book Bender.
Before I start I want to say that this was a really great event. I am so glad to participate. I loved that it was a full week, so even when I had days that were too busy to read, I was still able to participate.
Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima (8/30)Finished.
- Amy & Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson (9/26)
Glimpse by Carol Lynch Williams (9/26)Finished.
- Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly (9/26) Finished about half of this book.
- Starcrossed by Elizabeth C. Bunce (9/26) Read about 100 pages of this book.
- Tender Morsels by Margo Lanagan (9/26)
- Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson (9/26)
- Remembrance by Michelle Madow (10/7)
- Ashfall by Mike Mullin (10/11)
- Iron Knight (10/25)
Not as good as I had hoped, but not too bad considering everything I had to work on this week.
Here is how my reading went this week:
Day One Update:
Okay, I didn't finish anything today. Big Surprise! Since this is my late night working I didn't get anything finished.
I did get some reading done on Cinda Williams Chima's Gray Wolf Throne.
Back to the books!
Day Two Update:
Haven't had much time to read today because I have been so busy! Still working on Gray Wolf Throne.
Day Three Update:
I am still trying to finish Gray Wolf Throne. Should be able to finish the book tomorrow. I am cutting myself a little slack on this one since it is 528 pages! :)
Day Four Update:
Finally some progress!!! I finished two books today:
Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima
Glimpse by Carol Lynch Williams
I am still listening to Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly in my car. The book has me hooked and I can't wait to find out where its going to lead.
Day Five Update:
Migraine--no progress. :(
Day Six Update:
Read some chapters in Starcrossed by Elizabeth C. Bunce.
Day Seven Update:
Today is the first day of my conference. I listened to Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly on my way to the conference, so I did make some progress there. I also picked up some new books at the conference--more to add to my TBR pile.