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In Between and Some Like It Paranormal

You can read whatever you want and as much or little as you want. If you can only participate during a few days of the read-a-thon that is okay too. There is no requirement to follow but it’s always appreciated. You don’t have to have a blog, feel free to follow along on twitter, goodreads, or facebook. We will be tweeting with hashtag #SWUR. You can follow us on twitter for challenge updates but it’s not required.

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There are 250 people participating! Should be a great time.

Click on the image above to go the the host blogs
to learn about all the challenges and giveaways!

I will keep track on my reading and share it with you in this post.

The hosts will have a linky up after the read-a-thon
so you can share your reviews and progress.

You don’t need a blog to participate.
You can link to your GoodReads shelf, Facebook, Twitter or
share your progress in the comment section of the blogs that are hosting.

I want to know how you are doing too so feel free to leave comments for me too!

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My progress: Saturday, August 4 4:30 p.m. CST
Finished The Inn at Rose Harbor by Debbie Macomber.
Started Cera’s Place by Elizabeth McKenna.
Sunday, August 5 9:45 a.m. Finished Cera’s Place last night.
Starting Sweet Talk by Julie Garwood this morning.
Monday – Finished Sweet Talk and started Bruja Brouhaha by Rochelle Staab.
Tuesday – Spent a lot of time at the computer not much reading got done.
Wednesday – Finished Bruja Brouhaha and started Broken Harbor by Tana French.
Thursday – Absolutely no reading at all 🙁
Friday – Finally Finished Broken Harbor and ended up not really liking it. Started Unidentified Woman by Hillel F. Damron.
Saturday – Finished Unidentified Woman and will be moving on to Sour Apples by Sheila Connolly tomorrow.

Sunday – I wrapped up the Read-a-thon by finishing Sour Apples.

It seems every time I sign up to participate in a read-a-thon something crazy happens to take away from my reading time. I would loved to get in at least one more book.

I hope you all did fantastic!!

Dollycas

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  2 Responses to “Summer Wrap-up Read-a-Thon”

  1. Your Tuesday sounded a lot like my Sunday. I had to work and only read 20 pages. I just couldn’t find time to read because when I wasn’t working I was on the computer. I’m counting on having lots of time to read this weekend now that my vacation starts at noon today.

    Those look like interesting books. I adore Julie Garwood and have a couple of her books on hand which I need to get around to reading.

  2. […] have been taking part the Summer Wrap Up Read-a-Thon but real life keeps cutting into my reading time. This keeps happening every time I sign up for […]

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