Ready, Set, Read-a-thon & Labor Day Read-a-thon: Goals


Ready, Set, Read-a-thon

Goals for this read-a-thon
Total time: 12 hours
Total Pages Read: 400
Total Number of Books read: 2
Books to read:

  • Night Reigns (D. Duvall) — finish.
  • The Secret History of the Pink Carnation (L. Willig)
  • Holiday in Death (J. D. Robb)
  • Three Days to Dead (K. Meding)

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Ready, Set, Read-a-thon & Labor Day Read-a-thon: Goals — 10 Comments

  1. You’re doing both read-a-thons 🙂 I thought about it, but in the end I decided to participate only in the one I had already signed up for, and that one was the Ready, Set, Read-Athon 🙂

    Good luck with you’re reading, you’re already doing great! 🙂

    • Thanks! 😀 Had I’d seen the Labor Day RAT first, I probably wouldn’t have signed up for both. I’m off on Monday, so the longer one was more appealing to me.

      Good luck. 🙂

    • Thanks! Yes, a long weekend — perfect for reading, especially if the weather’s iffy and you have no other plans except relax and enjoy the time off from work. 😉

    • Thanks! 🙂 Setting a time goal helps during the times I’m not reaching page or book goals — if I meet or exceed my time goal, I’ve accomplished something I set out to do.

  2. Awesome choices! I have the first in the “In Death…” series but have never read it yet. How do you like the series as a whole so far?

    Thanks for joining in the RSReadathon!

    • Thanks! And you’re welcome! 🙂

      The “In Death” series is pretty good — gritty, often dark, but still has it’s moments of humor. It’s like watching a police procedural drama, one that still takes time to explore the romantic relationship between the main couple.

  3. Good luck on both of the readathons!
    I haven’t heard of any of your books before but I hope that they’re all brilliant! And I love that you’ve set a goal for how many hours you’ll read for.
    Hope it all goes well!


    • Thanks! 😀 I picked books that count towards some reading challenges I hope to do better on, or complete, this year.

      Good luck!

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