Finished All the Bright Places.
Back to All the Bright Places.
I read two small books:
The Death of the Hat (poetry)
Hairs/Pelitos by Sandra Cisneros
I got 100 pages into All the Bright Places
and fell asleep.
I spent the last thirteen hours:
(1) working at the farmer's market
(2) unloading furniture at my son & daughter-in-law's new house
(3) wishing I was reading
Okay. Done with all that.
Now, let's bring on the good stuff.
Reading, here I come.
Ah, my book-ish friends, once again it's that time that we love...it's time for Dewey's 24-Hour Read-a-thon! It happens but twice a year and oh-how-eagerly we await it.
I'd planned to co-host but instead I'll be spending most of the daylight hours selling things for my very-pregnant daughter-in-law at a local farmer's market.
It's all good.
I decided to spend the time I have just reading and cheering others on. It's what I love best about the read-a-thon, anyway: wonderful reading time and wonderful time meeting other bloggers.
I'll be cheering on the Sycamore team. Hope to visit all of the bloggers on my list at least once during the 'Thon.
Here are the books I have at the ready: two Sandra Cisneros books, a graphic novel of Macbeth, Did You Ever Have a Family, Crossover, The Death of the Hat, and All the Bright Places. (A little bit of everything...poetry...picture books...YA...children's book...and fiction).