Update #2: Unputdownables 48 Hour Read-a-Thon!


Magic Bites
169 pages on Friday
  91 pages on Saturday
260 pages Total

Middlemarch Book 4
46 pages on Saturday (Read pp. 344-390)


The Tricking of Freya 
56 pages on Saturday

Read-a-Thon Totals So Far

Total for Friday     169 pages
Total for Saturday 193 pages
Total so far          352 pages

My goal for Sunday is to read half of Book 5 of Middlemarch and maybe a little more on The Tricking of Freya. Hope I can do it! 

What are your goals for your Sunday reading?


Wallace said...

I love how you organized your reading! So pleasant for the reader to see it laid out that way.

I read a bit more of Ghostgirl before bed last night, and I plan to finish it this morning. I want to get started with Secrets of Eden, today (but am contemplating just going back to Major Pettigrew because I miss it already).

Happy reading today -- good luck on your goals!

Vasilly said...

You're doing so well! How's The Tricking of Freya going so far?

Carin B. said...

@Vasilly - I am really liking The Tricking of Freya so far. I like good narratives and the first 50 pages were really great. Have you read it?

@Wallace - You should read what you want. Don't worry about volume! Go back to Pettigrew if you want to read it. I would do that with Freya, but I'm actually three weeks behind in Middlemarch in the read-a-long so I have to try to knock some of that out first! How did your coffee turn out?

Rikki said...

Wow, you are organized. You even know the number of pages.
How may books doe Middlemarch have? I read it years ago and can't remember, but there seem to be a lot.

Kemendraugh said...

I am in awe of your reading skills AND your organization skills. You are an inspiration to us ALL. *awe and wonderment*
My Sunday afternoon goals are to finish Unseen Academicals, and the Reformed Vampire Support Group. Then I'll see what other books I have time for tonight!

Marlyn said...

Hey, you’ve won an award. Bop over to Stuff and Nonsense and check it out!

Trish said...

You're rockin' it Carin!! I can't believe you're tackling Middlemarch during the readathon, but good for you!

Your coffee treat looks delicious in your last post, by the way. very refreshing looking--might have to pop by Starbucks for an iced treat this afternoon

Coffee and a Book Chick said...

You go, girl!! Can't wait to hear how it all turns out!

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Leeswammes said...

Is Freya the Iceland book? I think it might be good, too. Looking forward to your review. (3rd try posting)

Carin B. said...

@Rikki - Eight books. I need to get on the ball because I'm tired of reading it. Congratulations on finishing your read-a-thon!

@Kemendraugh - I think I have said this before, but I love you and am going to keep you. LOL! I think your comment inflated my ego just a little.. ;) Reformed Vampire Support Group sounds funny. I can't wait to read your review on it!

@Marlyn - Thanks! I'll head over to check it out!

@Trish - Well, I'm not finishing Middlemarch this weekend, but I'm trying to take a chunk out (I think I could actually finish Book 5 by the end of the night if I stay focused)

@Coffee and a Book Chick - Thanks! I appreciate the cheering!

@leeswammes - Yes, it's the Iceland book. The part I've read so far takes place in Gimli, Manitoba. If I'm not compelled to hoard it after I finish, I'll mail it to you if you want!

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