My second go at Dewey's Read-a-Thon is underway - and off to a leisurely start. My plan was to begin at 7:00 a.m., but I slept till 8:30. Good thing the last teenager is about to head off to college, because I'm getting too old to wait up for them at night. I began my reading day with coffee and Sixteen Brides by Stephanie Grace Whitson. I have nearly finished it, but then I wasn't too far from done an hour ago when I got up. The story is great and everyone's just about to live happily ever after - I hope - so back to the book.
Good luck and happy reading to all the Read-a-Thon participants.
UPDATE: As you may have guessed, my Read-a-thon did not go as planned. I had great plans, but the rest of my life didn't get the memo. I have managed to finish Sixteen Brides and started Mary Higgins Clark's newest, The Shadow of Your Smile. Not sure what the evening/night hours will bring but books, like the best of friends, will always be there when I come back.