It's Readathon Day! One of my favorite days of the year. If you aren't familiar with this event, visit the official site. There's still time to sign up.
I created my own graphic to use for this readathon because I'm going to be reading on a rainy day - no sunny afternoon on the swing this time around.
I have my TBR pile ready to go - but it's always subject to change. I'll be starting my day be reading from THE good book, then move on to these other good books. I can't wait to get into "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins. It was recommended by a lady I met in a bookstore while on vacation. She was ready to be done sightseeing and return to her motel room to read the last chapter. "The Day the World Came to Town" by Jim DeFede was also discovered on our recent trip to Florida. It was recommended by a man from Newfoundland who was understandably proud of the people in his homeland. "A Claim of Her Own" is by a favorite author (who also lives in Nebraska), Stephanie Grace Whitson.
Snacks are always a popular subject during Readathon - one that often takes as much planning as the book list. I'm trying to keep it light and healthy (relatively) today, so I'm going with fruit, hummus and crackers, and Trader Joe's Blueberry Vanilla Chevre.
It's 7:00 a.m. - opening bell for twenty-four hours of fun. Let's get reading.