I've been in a reading slump all of April, I haven't even read a single book, seriously! It's going to be raining most of tomorrow and I have quite a few books I need to read for review so I thought this was the perfect time to participate in my very first read-a-thon!
Here are the books I want to read:
1. Flunked (Fairy Tale Reform School #1) by Jen Calonita
I've been about twenty percent done with this book for weeks. I'm having a bit of trouble getting into the story, but I received this from Netgalley and I really want to finish it so I can get a review up. It's a middle grade book so it shouldn't take too long to read.
EDIT: I finished this Friday night before the Read-A-Thon!
2. Everything That Makes You by Moriah McStay
A book for review that I got this week that I'm absolutely dying to read, it sounds so interesting! It's inspired by that 'what if' question we all have in our lives. There's two sides to this story: Fiona, the version of our main character who has thick scar tissue on her face and Fi, other version that never had an accident. I'm super curious to see how this plays out and how different or similar the main character's life will be.
3. Hit (Hit #1) by Delilah S. Dawson
I keep picking up Hit to start reading, but end up putting it right back down since I haven't been in the reading mood. I know I won't be able to finish this book during the read-a-thon, but I'd like to at least get a good portion of the beginning read.
There's so many awesome ways to get involved and stay motivated. There's Hourly Challenges, Cheerleaders, prizes and Twitter chats. I probably won't do every Hourly Challenge, but I'm planning on participating in a few!
The Read-A-Thon's website has start times up for all over the world so everyone can start at the same time. My time zone begins at 7am, but I'm sorry, but I'm totally not getting up that early on a Saturday! I'll probably set an alarm for 10:00!
For more info you can check out these Read-A-Thon links:
Are you doing the Read-A-Thon?