TSS: My Own Personal Readathon

tss So far in June I’ve been working on my own, personal readathon, trying to read a book a day.  I’m 13 for 13 in June (haven’t finished a book yet today, but it is still early and I think I will), actually, but not because I managed to read a book a day last week.  I actually only finished 6 books this past week, but I finished 7 in the first 6 days of June.  I finished a book per day most days, but Carlos Ruiz Zafon’s “The Angel’s Game” took me the better part of three days to read and only during one of those days did I finish another book as well.  Today or tomorrow I need to have my own little reviewing party, though, because I’m a bit behind (5 unwritten, I believe).  If you’re interested, here’s what I read this week:

the-house-on-fortune-street how-to-mess-up-your-childs-life your-amazing-newborn the-angels-game girls-guide-to-modern-european-philosophy waking-up-in-eden

And here’s what I reviewed last week (covers go to reviews):

deliverance-dane sky-isnt-visible-from-here the-house-on-fortune-street how-to-mess-up-your-childs-life

I also had what I think is a REALLY interesting guest post last week from Katherine Howe, author of “The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane” titled ‘On the Importance of Procrastination.’  I am having weekly guest posts through most of July, so keep a look out.  Tomorrow’s post is a rather hilarious one from Eve Brown-Waite, author of my favorite book I read in April: “First Comes Love, Then Comes Malaria.”

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