Where I share my love of books with reviews, features, giveaways and memes. Family and needlepoint are thrown in from time to time.


Sunday, January 22, 2012

A Winter's Respite Readathon (Jan 23 - 29) #WintersRespite

It's time for another Read-a-thon!  A Winter's Respite Read-a-thon is being hosted by The True Book Addict and is starting tomorrow, Jan 23.  It will run through next Sunday, Jan 29.  Tomorrow is my full day of work so I am posting tonight with the hopes of being able to spend some time reading tomorrow night.  She is going to have some mini-challenges and there will be a giveaway for everyone who signs in at the beginning and does a wrap up at the end - but mostly it will just be a week of laid back reading.  You will already be reading right? So why not sign up!?   Oh - and you don't need a blog to participate - you can sign up through Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, etc.  so go check it out!

I hope to read and/or finish the following books:
Family Storms by VC Andrews
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink
In Search of Rose Notes by Emily Arsenault
Come Back to Me by Melissa Foster
Demi-Monde: Winter by Rod Rees


Michelle Stockard Miller said...

Another one of my blogging besties is joining me for the read-a-thon. =O) Be sure to link this post at the starting line when you start reading. I'm working on the post right now and it should be up around midnight or so (Monday, 1/23 at 12:00am CST U.S. time). Have fun reading!

Michelle Stockard Miller said...

I have to read The Prophecy of the Sisters. I've had it forever! You have a great list there. Enjoy the week and be sure to check back about the mini-challenges and giveaways. =O)

Risa said...

I'm not really familiar with any of the titles you've mentioned. Hope you get to finish them all this week! :)

Tracy said...

Oooh, I havent read Virginia Andrews for years. Will check that one out.

Jesse said...

I hear great things about Prophecy of the Sisters... hope you enjoy it!

How interesting to see VC Andrews. I used to love her! Her books really got me back into reading during junior high


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