It is the second time I will take part, having done so back in July. Back then it was really fun and fulfilling, and I especially liked interacting with each other on Twitter as we went along. Anyone can join, and the rules are very relaxed (you can take as many breaks as you want).
For my TBR, I have decided to go for a mix of genres, just so I am less likely to get mixed up 🙂
Here are the three books I plan on reading…
Her Name Was Rose by Claire Allan
This is my current read. I have not got very far into it yet, so all I can say so far is that it feels very intriguing. If the early part of the book is anything to go by, then the main characters could turn out to be extremely captivating.
I bought this one from a bookshop about three weeks ago, after being taken in by the cover and the synopsis. Naturally I am hoping to finish it during the readathon, and that I can look back on it as a worthwhile purchase.
Lying About Last Summer by Sue Wallman
I have read both of Sue Wallman’s other books and liked them, so I would like to complete the set! Her writing style is engaging, and her form of YA suits my reading preferences very well.
This one is for my Kindle, just to keep me going and add even more variety to my reading. As a reader I like to alternate between physical books and my Kindle, so I thought it would be a good idea to reflect that during the readathon.
The House At The Edge Of The World by Julia Rochester
I bought this book just the other day. It was already on my TBR, so when I saw it on sale for a very good price I could not refuse to buy it.
The cover is glorious, and the concept looks fascinating and unique, so I hope it is a great read.
I probably don’t expect to finish all three of these books over the course of the 24 hours, but that does not matter. It should be fun. One thing is for sure – I will definitely need a lot of cups of tea to keep me going!
Happy reading 🙂