Hey guys! I wanted to let you all know that I’m participating in Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-A-Thon this year! This is my first time participating, so I’m pretty excited. 😀 To get all the details for this readathon, check it out here! What I love about this particular readathon is that everyone starts and stops at the exact same time. The readathon starts in my timezone at 8 AM, on Saturday, April 29th, and ends 24 hours later. To find out what time the readathon starts where you live click here! Honestly, I know I’m not going to be able to read the entire day, but I’m going to try and read as much as I possibly can.
Without further ado, let me share my TBR with y’all!
First of all, I plan on reading the short story, I Still Remember by Priya Prithviraj. It’s quite short, and so I think this book will be perfect to read for kicking off this read-a-thon!
Ji-woo dreams of becoming a writer and is back in college giving it a second shot. But then Weon-gyu, her first love, comes back into her new life. Will she give up on her dreams or will she write them a happy ending?
There’s nothing quite like a cheesy, 80’s Nancy Drew book. They’re so much fun and so quick to read. Heart of Danger is only around 150 pages, so I think I should be able to finish this one fairly fast as well. Also, just look at that cover. The longer you look the better it becomes. 😂
Nancy investigates the kidnapping of Caterina Reigert by posing as the writer of the girl’s father’s autobiography.
The last book on my TBR is The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott. I received this book for review a couple months ago, and I still haven’t read it. 🙊 So, this is a book that needs to be read ASAP! I admit, I doubt that I will finish this entire book as well, but I hope to get at least a good chunk of it read.
Deftly mixing fact and fiction, Kelly O’Connor McNees returns to the summer of 1855, when vivacious Louisa May Alcott is twenty-two and bursting to free herself from family and societal constraints and do what she loves most. Stuck in small-town New Hampshire, she meets Joseph Singer, and as she opens her heart, Louisa finds herself torn between a love that takes her by surprise and her dream of independence as a writer in Boston. The choice she must make comes with a steep price that she will pay for the rest of her life.
I plan on giving a few updates here on the blog during the readathon, and afterwards, I will have a wrap-up here as well. Be sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram (specifically my stories) too, because I’ll be giving even more updates throughout the day on there! All my social media links are down below! 👇
Are any of you participating in Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-a-Thon? Let me know in the comments!
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