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To read a minimum of 2 hours a day
To start and complete current read and next book on deck.

Daily Progress Report:

08/13 Monday:
Challenge/Giveaway Sites:
Literary BFFs:  Auggie Talk
Passing Books:   Reading in Texas and The Space Between
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I host personal giveaways.
Pages Read:  105
Book:  Started and Finished Cabernet Sauvignon by Sara J. Fasolino, CS, CSW, AM (wrote review)
Started The Serpent’s Bite by William Adler
08/14   Tuesday
Pages Read:  81
Book:  The Serpent’s Bite by William Adler
Pages read to date:  186

08/15  Wednesday:
Challenge/Giveaway Sites:
Book Word Search: The Musings of ALMYBNENR:
Match the Zombie Book Cover: The Busy Bibliophile:
Pages Read:  30 (not a good reading day…work interfered)
Book:  The Serpent’s Bite by William Adler
Pages read to date:  216

08/16  Thursday
Challenge/Giveaway Sites:
A Book for Every Season: Reading in Winter:
Candy Challenge: BookSmartie:
Contemporary: Books with Cass:
Pages Read:  -0- (so busy didn’t even have time to open a book  🙁
Pages read to date:  216

08/17  Friday
Challenge/Giveaway Sites:
Book Spine Poetry: bookgoonie
Most Looking Forward To: Pages of Forbidden Love
Pages Read:  76
Book:  The Serpent’s Bite by William Adler
Pages read to date:  292

08/18  Saturday
Challenge/Giveaway Sites:
Music: My Not So Real Life
Page 99 Test: My Seryniti
Virtual Travels: Ex Libris
 Pages Read:  40
Book:  The Serpent’s Bite by William Adler  (finished). Wrote and posted review.
Pages read to date:  330

08/18  Sunday
Challenge/Giveaway Sites:
Giveaway: Kelsey’s Cluttered Bookshelf
Movie Cast: Pretty Deadly Reviews
 Pages Read:  ?  Kindle  18%
Book:  Leaves By Michael Baron
Pages read to date:  330 pages and 18% Kindle

08/20 Monday WRAP UP
Total Pages Read:  330 print pages   18% Kindle
Finished Cabernet Sauvignon by Sara J. Fasolino, CS, CSW, AM 
Finished The Serpent’s Bite by William Adler
Started Leaves by Michael Baron
WRAP UP:  Goals/Thoughts
I did meet my initial goals, however, since it never fails when I sign up for a Read-A-Thon, RL interferes,  I set my goals at a minimum.  I was hoping that this would  be an incentive for me to read more and spend less time in front of the computer.  It did, except I was also hoping that I would spend much more time reading than I did.  But due to work associated with Partners In Crime Tours, I had to put work before pleasure.

I want to thank everyone who organized and hosted the Read-A-Thon, the daily challenges and giveaways.  Kudos!!  It was well done and I am looking forward to the next one!!!!!


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  4 Responses to “Bout of Books Read-A-Thon 08/13-08/19”

  1. Good luck with your goals and have fun 😉

  2. Good luck with your reading goals this week! Of course, I’m participating. There was never any doubt, was there!?

  3. I did just the opposite – I set myself ridiculously high goals to motivate myself to read more, and it worked. I’m glad you met your goals and enjoyed the readathon.

  4. Yay! Glad you had a good week. Hope to see you in January 😉

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