Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Books to read during the 24 hour "Read-a-thon"

I am really excited about participating in the 24 hour read-a-thon this Saturday (even though I really need to be studying). Nevertheless, I will be doing only 12 hours. This is because I have to fit in a couple of hours of studying in there somewhere. I have chose four books.... really three books and a quarter because I am going to use this opportunity to finish a book I have been reading. I don't know if I am being realistic, but here they are:

I chose this book because I may have 5o - 100 pages left to finish. So I want to know this out the park!
Being that I have three easy reads, I chose to pick a book with a little substance and plus this one book contains three books, so I will be killing two (okay three) birds with one stone.
I found this book in the dollar store of all places over a year ago. I thought that this book will be an easy read and I am also interested in it because it is about a woman opening on an internet cafe. Something I have on my list of things to do.

I am saving this book for last because it I can finish reading it after the semester is over.

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Janel said...

Hi! I'll be following your posts on Saturday and cheering you on. Enjoy!

Donna said...

You have an interesting selection for the read-a-thon. I still have to post my selections. I'll check up on you.

Oh, I recently reviewed The Souls of Black Folk. Dr. Du Bois was a genius!

jewelknits said...

Good luck in the Readathon!

Julie @ Knitting and Sundries

Maree said...

Dropping in to offer a cheer: *\o/* and I hope you have a great readathon!