Saturday, April 25, 2015

Dewey's Read-A-Thon Update | 12pm - 4pm

I'm not sure how to count single issues, but since I've technically only read one (the others I'm counting as their trades because I read all of them, anyway, easier), I'm just going to count it as one. And we will go from there. So it was a good four hours.

Prometheus: Fire and Flood OMEGA by Kelly Sue DeConnick (started and finished - 44 pages)
Birthright, Vol 1: Homecoming by Joshua Williamson (started and finished - 128 pages)
Ask the Passengers by A.S. King (finished - 253 pages)
Sex and Violence by Carrie Mesrobian (started - 37 pages)

# of Pages Read: 462

# of Books Read: 3

Time Spent Reading: 3 hours, 30 minutes

Total # Pages Read: 931

Total # Books Read: 5

Time Spent Reading: 3 hours, 30 minutes

This read-a-thon is going shockingly good so far, considering how much reading wasn't happening for me. Although, I did also finish my reread of IT in four days, so I guess I was pre-gaming for this a little. Really loved Ask the Passengers, and I'm intrigued by Sex and Violence but not too far into it. I don't really know what to expect, I might pick up something else, we shall see in a few hours when I update here again.

Hope your read-a-thon (or just day) is going great. Reading anything good? (I hope so)


  1. 462 pages, you are doing awesome! “A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading.” ― William Styron I hope you're not exhausted yet, but have found some great books!

    1. I am definitely exhausted. But it's that kind of nice exhausted, you know? When you've had a ton of fun in the middle. And I've got a good few hours left, at least, I'm hoping to make it for all 24 hours.

  2. It!!!! I have started it twice now but haven't gotten thru it yet before it has to go back to the library. And I've enjoyed it each time so I don't know why. Actually I do know why. I'm a wimp and worried that it will terrify me. LOL! I already don't care for clowns and this book isn't helping. It sounds like you are doing really great so far with this read-a-thon! Have fun and keep up the great work. Happy reading!!!


    1. Rereading IT this time around, the people in the town scared me more then Pennywise, the way they see nothing. I mean, it's definitely a scary book, but the Loser's clubs friendships definitely make it worth it. (And clowns are less scary when you can't really see them).
      Happy cheering and reading, to you! :)