This Saturday is Dewey's 24 Hour Read-a-thon. I'm supposed to start reading at 7 a.m. but let's be real. That's probably not going to happen. Saturday is my one day to sleep in, so I will probably do that instead.
Now let's talk about what I'm planning to read. I have a whole stack of library books that I need to read, and there are a couple of books from my April TBR that I haven't read, yet. I think what I'll do is post the list of books I'm going to pile up to draw from during the course of the day. Yeah, that's the ticket.
Almost Famous Women by Megan Mayhew Bergman - This is a book of short stories and is now overdue at the library. I need to get serious. I feel like short stories might be a good choice for a read-a-thon. I can use them as palette cleansers when I get tired of other books.
Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovich - I started this and enjoyed what I read. I think it will be a pretty quick read, making it a good choice for read-a-thon.
Emma by Alexander McCall Smith - I'm reading this now, so it probably won't take long to finish it up.
The Distant Hours by Kate Morton - Because I put this on my April TBR and haven't even taken it off the shelf, yet.
I'm pretty sure I won't finish 4 books in one day, but if that happens, I can go look at the million and one books I have on my shelf.