Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon TBR!

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Hey everyone!  This is super last minute, but I’ve decided to participate in Dewey’s 24 Hour Read-A-Thon!  I’m sure a lot of you already know about this, but just in case you don’t, basically you read whatever you want, as much as you can, in 24 hours.  For my timezone, the readathon starts tomorrow morning, October 21, at 8 AM.  To get all the details, as well as see what time the readathon starts in your timezone, click here!

Now, I know some people will spend literally all 24 hours reading, and if you are one of those people, I applaud you. That is so great! I am not one of those people, however.  I actually have quite a few things I have to do tomorrow, so I admit, I don’t know how much reading I’m going to get done.  In fact, because of that, I almost didn’t participate.  That being said, I’ve decided to just go for it! I’ll read as much as I can, and no matter the amount, it’ll be great. 🙂

Also, I’m currently in the middle of the #HalloweenWR readathon.  I’ve decided to read some additional books not related to that readathon to this readathon, though. Am I making sense anymore? lol  Basically, I want to use this readathon to read all the books that I started before or that don’t fit with the Halloween Readathon.

Okay, on to the TBR!

First, I want to read any amount of Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell.  Yes, I know what you’re thinking, I’m still reading it.  I really have enjoyed it, though, I just haven’t read this book in the past few weeks because I’ve been getting into those Halloween/spooky vibes.  That’s why I think Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon is the perfect chance to give me a break from reading about ghosties and instead, see what Scarlett and Rhett are up to.


Next, I want to finally finish Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle.  I started this book in the very beginning of October, and it sounded so mysterious and atmospheric, and I was so pumped to read it.  That being said, the beginning was a little confusing for me, and this book, while beautifully written, is slower paced, and so I ended up putting it aside to read other things.  I have about 100 pages left, but I really do want to finish it though, and I think Dewey’s Readathon is the push I need.


Lastly, I would really like to read at least episode 1 of Regal Hearts by Livy Jarmusch.  I’m going to actually be participating in a blog tour in celebration of season 1 of Regal Hearts being released in paperback, later in November.  So, I’m super excited to start this creative, episodic, book series!


That’s all I’ve got planned for my TBR! I may decide to read something else, but we will see.  Regardless, I’m looking forward to reading as much as I can tomorrow.

Also, if you want to stay up to date on how much reading I’m actually getting done, be sure to follow me on Twitter, because that’s where I will be sharing most my updates for tomorrow.

Are you participating in Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon? If so, let me know what’s on your TBR!

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