Well, the read-a-thon starts in about 16 hours - Yay! My kids are all accounted for tomorrow and my husband knows to keep himself busy. . . I declared earlier this week that I would be on mom strike starting tomorrow morning for 24 hours. My daughters thought that was cool (interpret - no mom to interfere with their plans. . .) and my son adores his Aunt Kim so is always very excited to spend time at her house.
I went to the store today and bought some snacks for tomorrow - some healthy (grapes, strawberries), some not-so-much (3 Musketeers, Cadbury Eggs) and some inbetween (Pretzels and Chip Dip, Wheat Thins). As for actual meals - I am leaving that up to my husband - hopefully he will make sure that I get some real nourishment. I also have plenty of tea, coffee, soda and I guess I should throw some water in there as well - Maybe I will make some sweet tea.
As for list of books - I have added a list below - but I am going to keep it kind of loose this year. These are all review books - some are past due so I am going to concentrate on those. I plan to throw in some kids books that I am reviewing to give me a sense of accomplishment. I also am going to be reading some books on my Nook. Hopefully this will keep it mixed up enough. We are finally supposed to have a nice day tomorrow so I will get to sit in my three-season room and read! Might even sit outside if it gets nice enough, who knows?
Is anybody else participating in the Read-a-thon? Go here for more information. Hope to see you all reading tomorrow!
Texas Blue by Jodi Thomas (currently reading)
The Silenced by Brett Battles
Cold Wind by C.J. Box
So Close the Hands of Death by J.T. Ellison
The Deepest Waters by Dan Walsh
Reading Lips by Claudia Sternbach
Alice in Zombieland
Invincible Summer by Hannah Moskowitz
Stay by Deb Caletti
Wither by Lauren Destefano
Darkness Becomes Her by Kelly Keaton
Code of Justice by Liz Johnson
Fur and Feathers
Goodnight, Little Sea Otter
The Witches Lottery by Krystal McLaughlin
Turned by Morgan Rice
Uncommon Grounds by Sandra Balzo
Well, that should give me a good variety to choose from - something for whatever mood I am in - Now that I have taken the time to make this list - I see myself choosing something completely different