Friday, July 21, 2017

Read-a-thon: 24in48 July 2017 Starts Now!

At least for me it starts right now... er, well, in about thirty minutes, but who's counting?

Beginning at 12:01am on Saturday morning and running through 11:59pm on Sunday night, readers read for 24 hours out of that 48 hour period.  You can split that up however you’d like: 20 hours on Saturday, 4 hours on Sunday; 12 hours each day; six 4 hour sessions with 4 hour breaks in between; whatever you’d like.

24in48 overlaps one day with COYER's Summer Reading List readathon for reading physical books only off of our Reading Lists--starts on July 23rd and ends on July 30th.  I promise I won't start either readathon until the actual day/time (24in48 in about thirty minutes; COYER in about 24 hours).

Currently I'm reading...

And while I know I don't have much of a goal for 24in48, I DO hope to get around to reading the next book in the Steele Street series, mainly for COYER's readathon, once again, starting on Sunday.  Meanwhile, I have family in town this weekend, so may not really get much time to read.  But if I do, I'd like to continue knocking off books from my COYER Summer Reading List, assuming I finish my Booklikes-opoly books first.

Obviously, I'm not going to get to read all of these books, and mainly I want to make sure I finish the above two books, especially The Pretender so I can roll again for Booklikes-opoly.  So, I'm also kind of projecting for the COYER readathon as well.

Readathon Hopefuls:

What's everyone else reading this weekend?


  1. Good luck! I'm going to start reading a book a coworker wrote and suckered me into buying lol. The Keepers by Parishon Fagan

    Where can I buy a book you wrote? I would love to read those!

    1. lol I long ago abandoned trying to write books in favor of reviewing them. So much more fun! And less stressful. Especially with a world of books for me to choose from. Maybe one of these days I'll go back to my very old notes and try to push something out there, but in the meantime, it's reading and reviews only!

      Enjoy your read! The Keepers sounds interesting.