More Read-a-thon Answers


1. Which hour was most daunting for you? 13 2. Could you list a few high-interest books that you think could keep a Reader engaged for next year? Suzanne Collin’s Mockingjay 3. Do you have any suggestions for how to improve the Read-a-thon next year? More mini-challenges perhaps? 4. What do you think worked really […]

Update 4:


Finished my non-fiction chaps of How to Succeed at Being Yourself, Writing & Selling the YA Novel, Chapter by Chapter, Page after Page, and The Breakout Novelist. I’m off to supper and then will return to reading Daughter.

Update 3:


I’m still on 199 for Daughter, but I’ve read a chapter of Getting the Word Right, The Lawmen, and When Wallflowers Dance. Keeping on with the non-fiction for now. Have added a new one, Page by Page by Heather Sellers to the mix as well.

Update 2:


I am 199 pages into Daughter of the Forest. I am switching now to the non-fiction books to get my chaps in for the weekend. I will be running an errand this afternoon, so not sure if I’ll return in a couple hours for the next update but I will get back to reading afterwards […]

First up:


First up for the Read-a-thon was supposed to be a western, Longarm and the Shoshone Silver by Tabor Evans but I’ve somehow misplaced it, so I’m going to be starting off with another oldie on my shelves, Vella Munn’s Daughter of the Forest. It was published in 1995 and comes in at 410 pages. On […]