National Readathon Day – January 24th, 2015 #timetoread

January 24, 2015 Uncategorized 4

So, I’m not quite ready to post a review of the book I’m reading, I’m not even  halfway through it yet.  However, with today being National Readathon Day, and the hours of Noon-4 pm are supposed to be set aside just for reading!!  So, I’m hoping to get a lot of my book read in that 4 hours.  The only problem is that I won’t be able to just sit and read at home because my dogs are kind of pains in the butt.  So, I’m going to go and maybe sit at Panera or some other place with some comfy chairs and read.  Some place with comfy chairs and refreshments of some sort, that’s why Panera is in my head.  I kinda wish I’d started thinking about this earlier and signed up to try to raise money like you can see others doing on the website here:

Since my goal was to post every day this year, I had to have something today.  And this is it, and maybe, just maybe, I’ll finish my book in those 4 hours and be able to post a review as well! 

So, will you be joining in to the National Readathon Day from noon to 4 pm (your time) today?

4 Responses to “National Readathon Day – January 24th, 2015 #timetoread”

  1. Amber Elise

    I think I accidentally participated in this! Haha, I was supposed to go to a baby shower and plans fell through so I just read for about 5 hours. 🙂 How did you do?

    • Lisa Mandina

      I read for the full four hours, and then continued reading later in the evening during The Big Bang Theory on TBS. Finished two books yesterday.

  2. Heidi@Rainy Day Ramblings

    I was so excited to read Talon, but then I didnt' because the reviews were rather lackluster, which is a bummer. I usually love Kagawa. I am curious about that Unusual Girls book. It sounds interesting.

    • Lisa Mandina

      I try not to let reviews affect me if it is something I really want to read. In fact a lot of times I won't read those reviews because of that very reason until I am done reading the book for myself. YOu'll have to check back and see what I think about it. When I get around to it that is.

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