Save Our Cozies Readathon – July 16, 2016

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Save Our Cozies Readathon

 Saturday – July 16th, 2016

Hosted by Franz Chapman and Bree Herron

Purpose of the Readathon: 

Due to mergers among publishing companies, several beloved cozy mystery series have either been cancelled or are in danger of being cancelled.  Depending upon an individual author’s contract, he or she may not even be able to self-publish or take the series to a new publisher.  The Save Our Cozies Readathon seeks to:

  • Raise the reading public’s awareness of this issue across a range of social media platforms.
  • Introduce the reading public to these series.
  • Encourage publishers to rethink their decision to cancel cozy mystery series.
  • Create and support a community of readers and authors.
  • Read lots of quality, fun cozy mystery books!

Series canceled (verified list)

Penguin Random House
Avery Aames – Cheese Shop mysteries
Beverly Allen – Bridal Bouquet Shop Mysteries (not renewed) Now writing Vintage Toyshop Mysteries for Crooked Lane as Barbara Early.
Janet Bolin – Threadville Mysteries
Melissa Bourbon –Magical Dressmaking Mysteries. Is thinking of self publishing but not anytime soon. Source: Author’s FB page.
Jacklyn Brady – Piece of Cake mysteries
Lucy Burdette – Key West Food Critic series
Erika Chase – Ashton Corners Mysteries
Peg Cochran – Gourmet DeLite Mysteries
Laura DiSilverio – Mall Cop Mysteries
Monica Ferris – Betsy Devonshire Needlework series. Is shopping for new publisher and has plans for future books.
Christy Fifield – Haunted Souvenir Mysteries. Owns rights, plans to self-publish.
Shelley Freydont – Celebration Bay Mysteries
Rosie Genova – Italian Kitchen Mysteries
Victoria Hamilton – Vintage Kitchen Mysteries (she is continuing the series with another publisher, ebook only.)
Mary Ellen Hughes – Pickled and Preserved Mysteries
Annie Knox – Pet Boutique Mysteries
Elizabeth Lee (Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli) Nut Shop Mystery Series
Molly MacRae — Haunted Yarn Shop Mysteries (plans to continue the series)
Leigh Perry – Family Skeleton Mysteries –  Shopping for a new publisher.
Christine Wenger – Comfort Foods Mysteries (NAL, which was merged into Berkley); is considering self-publishing.
FIVE STAR (Gale Cengage)
Five Star has dropped their entire mystery lineup.
Nancy Cohen – Bad Hair Day Mysteries
Maggie Toussaint – Dreamwalker Mysteries
Susan Van Kirk- Endurance Mysteries
Limitless Publishing
A E H Veenman – Marjorie Gardens Mysteries
Kensington
Anna Loan-Wilsey – Hattie Davish Mysteries
Macmillan / St. Martin’s Press
D.E. Ireland – Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins Mysteries (switching publishers)

Start Times

We will be starting at Midnight Friday July 15th and run through Midnight Saturday July 16th EDT.   For the sake of challenges and hourly activites, we will all start at the same time.   Therefore, when it is Midnight July 15th in EDT, it will be 9:00 PM July 15th in Los Angeles, California.

Go here to find your time zone start time:

Save Our Cozies Readathon Event Time Announcer

FAQ

What is a cozy?

A sub-genre of mystery or crime fiction in which the violence is downplayed or happens “off screen”.  The books tend to focus on non-professional crime solvers and contain little or no sex or foul language.  For a complete definition visit the excellent  Cozy-Mystery.com at http://www.cozy-mystery.com/Definition-of-a-Cozy-Mystery.html

What is an online cozy readathon?

An online readathon is an online 24 hour event that brings together a community of readers and authors to participate in all things cozy.  This includes reading, posting frequently on social media, visiting author’s websites, posting reviews, visiting book blogger’s websites, and/or participating in fun challenges/activities.  The amount and type of participation is up to the individual.

How do I participate?

The Cozy fans can participate through any or all of the following:

  1. Sign up to participate on this Wordpress website  using your online social media home – be it Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter,Goodreads, etc.  and your role, author, reader, cheerleader, admin. (you are not limited to using just one social media account, I just want a main one where I can find you).
  2. The starting time of the readathon will be  midnight on  July 15th EST or 12:01 AM on July 16th as the time zone calculator is set up. Everyone will start at the same time.  Use the time zone page to determine when to start for you time zone.  This is so everyone will be at the same point at the same time.   Participants can join in for any amount of time from 1 hour to all 24.
  3. Every hour there will be an activity of the hour that you can choose to participate in.
  4. When not reading or participating in activities, you can visit participating author’s and/or book blogger’s websites.  The lists of participants will appear on the signup page as people join.
  5. Respond to other participants’ posts on social media to encourage them.
  6. Check in with the Save Our Cozies Readathon web page and/or Facebook group.
  7. Post your reading progress/ activity on your social media of choice, if hashtags are applicable use #saveourcozies #readathon
  8. Post cozy reviews on your medium of choice. I believe authors’  prefer Amazon and/or Goodreads
  9. Donating prizes for challenges/activities – (can be as simple as bookmarks)
  10. Work admin duties – I hope for us to have a presence on several social media platforms, we already have a Facebook group thanks to Shelly Toler Franz. I will open a WordPress  webpage for handling all sign up and linking needed for the readathon.  I will link the web page to a Twitter account.  I can also form a Goodreads group. I don’t personally use Tumblr,Booklikes, Librarything,  or many others, so if someone uses those platforms I’d appreciate it if they would volunteer to admin there.  There will be closing down duties as well.  Books or pages read by everyone and participants will need to be tallied.  Thank yous will need to go out, etc.

Authors can participate by:

  1. See 1 – 9 above (Authors are fans, too. Right?)
  2. Posting on his or her own webpage.
  3. Hosting challenges or activities.
  4. Setting up interviews with book bloggers to be posted during the challenge
  5. Setting up a Q&A session on Twitter during the readathon. (usually this is done by collecting questions from readers over the couple weeks leading up to the readathon and then tweeting them with answers during the event.)

Donated Prizes

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Each hourly event will have a winner and if we have enough prizes there will be other categories to win in as well (most pages read, most books listened to, most activities participated in, etc.)

Participant Signups – Over 200 people have already signed up!

You can sign up in a couple different ways.

1 –  CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE READATHON BLOG

In the comment box, tell me:

  • Name – What you would like to be known as during the readathon
  • Reader and/or Author
  • Blog address (Optional)
  • Online home – any social media site(s) that you want to use for the readathon (facebook, tumblr, twitter, Goodreads, etc.)  Please provide a link so we can find your posts/activity during the readathon

OR

2 – Email the above information to saveourcoziesreadathon@gmail.com.  Please enter Readathon in the subject line.

OR

3 – Message Fanficfan44  on Goodreads.com

 

Once you are done you can see other participants here.

Whether you can join for the whole day or even just an hour this is a great way to support cozy authors.

If you have questions you can contact the organizers at https://saveourcoziesreadathon.wordpress.com/ or post on the Save Our Cozies Facebook Page.

Dollycas

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

Jul 302013
 

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I am so excited to have Cait Morgan here today!!!!

Welcome Cait!!

Hi Everyone!

“Stay-cationing might be safer . . .”

1558_579007495448807_868734793_n       Let me be clear—I enjoy my work as a professor of criminal psychology, specializing in victimology, at the University of Vancouver. Of course, some aspects are more pleasing than others, but that’s the same for any career. My favorite part of the job is when I get to focus on my research, some of the teaching—and even some of the students—can be rewarding too, but I detest grading papers and attending meetings. So, yes, a break from those aspects is always welcome.

                Nowadays, I say that more cautiously than I used to, because the last few times I’ve managed to get a break from my normal life of academia, interspersed with the odd bit of consulting for the police forces in BC, I seem to have wound up with an all-too-real crime to solve. So, when I use the term “break”, it’s not altogether accurate when applied to the “criminal” aspects of my job.

                For example, when I attended a birthday party for an old friend from my schooldays in Wales, whom I hadn’t seen in donkey’s years, things didn’t go exactly as planned . . . I ended up snowed into a hunting lodge with a corpse and a house full of suspects. I went to another birthday party when I was in the south of France, where I’d been sent to stand in for a colleague who was unable to deliver a research paper to an international symposium of criminologists, and my host did a face-plant into the escargots before we’d even finished our main course. Then there was the trip to BC’s wine country for what I thought would be a delightful foodie weekend, which ended up being deadly in more ways than one. There was no birthday party that time, so clearly that’s not the common denominator. No, as soon as I leave home, the corpses accumulate. So, maybe, it’s best if I take “stay-cations” in future.

                I can see why staying at home, but acting as though you’re at some swanky resort, is gaining in popularity: often we don’t visit the attractions that surround us in the way that visitors do. In fact, when I lived in London, working at an advertising agency in Soho, I only visited places like Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, the London Wall Museum and Madame Tussauds when people were staying with me from out of town. Vancouver and the Lower Mainland—as the area around the city is known, and where I live now—has some great places to visit, as does the rest of British Columbia . . . most of which I haven’t even seen yet. Well, I’ve only been here a decade or so, and I haven’t had many people come to stay, so it’s no wonder I haven’t explored my own Province very much!

         Two trips to Kelowna, in the Okanagan Valley, BC, have both led me to dead bodies . . . so maybe I should stay closer to home. Granville Island, which is cheek by jowl with downtown Vancouver, has its own brewery, and a great market where you can buy pretty much any sort of food, including mozzarella made from real buffalo milk, fresh wild Pacific salmon, the most indulgent range of nuts coated in everything from chilli salt to lemon and cane sugar, and the most beautifully presented vegetables you’ll see anywhere in the world. There’s even a traditional French bakery, and an excellent liquor store that specializes in wines from BC. Maybe next weekend I’ll treat myself to a “stay-cation” at Granville Island. And, maybe, it’ll be close enough to home to allow me to NOT find myself up to my neck in sleuthing. We’ll see . . .

~Cait

1558_579007495448807_868734793_nBook Details:
The Corpse with the Golden Nose
(A Cait Morgan Mystery)

2nd in Series
Genre: Traditional/Cozy Mystery
Published by: Touchwood Editions
Release Date: (March 12, 2013)
Paperback: 233 Pages
ISBN-13: 978-1927129883
E-Book File Size: 536 KB
ASIN: B00AY5G29O
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We met Cait and Bud in the first book in this series, The Corpse With The Silver Tongue. This installment has them attending an exclusive gourmet event in British Columbia’s stunning wine country and investigating the death of a world-famous vintner.

Was she murdered or did she really commit suicide? Bud thinks she took her own life but Cait is not so sure. As Cait uses her special talents to piece things together she is led down a very surprising and dangerous path.

Dollycas’s Thoughts

Cathy Ace’s stories really have that Agatha Christie feel. Her protagonist  collects information, follows clues, is lead astray and then all the pieces fall into place. She then brings all the suspects together and slowly reveals the truth and the killer.

I really loved the setting of this story and the wine making and tasting tidbits were very interesting. I especially enjoyed learning about the caves that were used for storage back in time and still used today. 

Again she has given us a wonderful supporting cast, mostly suspects, each with their own set of eccentricities. The Moveable Feast  was a great way to meet them all. 

Bud, the retired cop and criminologist Cait make a terrific team! Ace has blended them together with a fine mystery and some fine wine for a superior story. 

I am anxious to see where Cait’s adventures will take us next!

a perfect escape

5 STARFISH

Dollycas

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

2cathyAbout Cathy Ace

Welsh Canadian mystery author Cathy Ace is the creator of the Cait Morgan Mysteries, which include The Corpse with the Silver Tongue and The Corpse with the Golden Nose. Born, raised, and educated in Wales, Cathy enjoyed a successful career in marketing and training across Europe, before immigrating to Vancouver, Canada, where she taught on MBA and undergraduate marketing programs at various universities. Her eclectic tastes in art, music, food, and drink have been developed during her decades of extensive travel, which she continues whenever possible. Now a full-time author, Cathy’s short stories have appeared in multiple anthologies, as well as on BBC Radio 4. She and her husband are keen gardeners, who enjoy being helped out around their acreage by their green-pawed Labradors.

Links
Website: cathyace.com

Cathy Reads From Corpse With The Golden Nose.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cathy.ace.author?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AceCathy

GoodReads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3913679.Cathy_Ace

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The Corpse with the Silver Tongue (Cait Morgan Mysteries)

Book 1 of this series

Cathy’s tour has been fabulous! I am honored she asked me to coordinate it!!

There are still 3 stops left!!

July 31 – rantin’ ravin’ and reading  – Review & Interview
August 1 – The Bookwyrm’s Hoard  – Interview
August 2 – Socrates’ Book Review Blog  – Review

Thanks Cathy!!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. Receiving a complimentary copy in no way reflected my review of this book. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

2013where are you reading2013EbookChallenge

Oct 132012
 
Today’s the Day!!

I am feeling a bit under the weather but plan to do my best at this challenge.

Good Luck Everyone!

What is Dewey’s 24-Hour Read-a-thon? For 24 hours, we read books, post to our blogs about our reading, and visit other readers’ blogs. We also participate in mini-challenges throughout the day. It happens twice a year, in April and in October.

It was created by the beloved Dewey (her blog has since been taken down, so the link won’t work). The first one was held in October 2007. Dewey died in late 2008. We’re still saddened by her absence, but the show must go on. The read-a-thon was renamed to honor its founder in 2009.

Dewey’s 24-Hour Read-a-thon is hosted by Trish and Shesten, with help from volunteers.

There is still time to volunteer to help.

email  iheartmonster at iheartmonster dot com to volunteer your time and talents to one of these categories:
Prizes
Cohosting
Marketing
Cheerleading
Wordpress Wizardry

This is my first time participating so I am going to be an informal cheerleader this year by visiting the readers blogs as I can without any set timetable. It seems lately whenever I sign up for a read-a-thon something goes crazy here at home that keeps me away from the books and my computer so I am going to see how this one goes. Fingers crossed October 13 in uneventful around here. 🙂

You can find answers to any questions here and Start Times here. Start time foe me here in Wisconsin is October 13 at 7 a.m.

 

CLICK HERE TO JOIN DEWEY’S READ-A-THON
Dollycas

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

 

Sep 152012
 

Mark your calendars for October 13th!

That’s the second Saturday in October
for those of you not in front of a calendar right this very second.

What is Dewey’s 24-Hour Read-a-thon? For 24 hours, we read books, post to our blogs about our reading, and visit other readers’ blogs. We also participate in mini-challenges throughout the day. It happens twice a year, in April and in October.

It was created by the beloved Dewey (her blog has since been taken down, so the link won’t work). The first one was held in October 2007. Dewey died in late 2008. We’re still saddened by her absence, but the show must go on. The read-a-thon was renamed to honor its founder in 2009.

Dewey’s 24-Hour Read-a-thon is hosted by Trish and Shesten, with help from volunteers.

There is still time to volunteer to help.

email  iheartmonster at iheartmonster dot com to volunteer your time and talents to one of these categories:
Prizes
Cohosting
Marketing
Cheerleading
Wordpress Wizardry

This is my first time participating so I am going to be an informal cheerleader this year by visiting the readers blogs as I can without any set timetable. It seems lately whenever I sign up for a read-a-thon something goes crazy here at home that keeps me away from the books and my computer so I am going to see how this one goes. Fingers crossed October 13 in uneventful around here. 🙂

You can find answers to any questions here and Start Times here. Start time foe me here in Wisconsin is October 13 at 7 a.m.

 

CLICK HERE TO JOIN DEWEY’S READ-A-THON
Dollycas

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

 

Aug 032012
 

Hosted by
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.

Follow Jude on TwitterFollow Jenifer on Twitter

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

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

Jun 192012
 

Wicked Wildfire Read-A-Thon

Do you need this Read-a-Thon as much as I do?

This week has been crazy we are just barely at the halfway point!

I will keep you updated on my progress.
Please leave comments to tell me how you are doing!

This post goes live a little before midnight
and I hope to finish the book I am reading by then and
will start the Read-a-Thon with a new book.
The one I can’t wait to start is

Now GET READING!!!

Update #1 Thursday 10:15 a.m.

I haven’t had as good of start as I wanted. Dealing with some bloggy issues and catching up on reviews is cutting into my reading time. I have only read 102 pages of the book above so far 🙁

Update #2 Friday at 9:53 a.m.

Finished Faithful Unto Death (A Sugar Land Mystery) last night.

Next Up!

Update #3  Saturday 6:28 p.m.

Crazy weekend not good for reading. lol Just got home from a very special 2 year old’s birthday and saw my beautiful granddaughter. Now off to finish A Place in the Country. It is a good one!

Update #4 Sunday 9:19 a.m.

Finished the book above last night. Starting on Funeral Food (Tory Bauer Mystery) by Kathleen Taylor this morning!

Wrap Up – Monday Morning

This was not a successful Read-a-Thon for me. I tried to stay away from the computer and read more which meant I missed out on the Twitter Parties and other fun stuff but I definitely didn’t get as much reading done as I would have liked. Hopefully I will do better on the next Read-a-thon.

How did you do?

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

May 262012
 

Summer is almost upon us and with the warmer weather we find ourselves doing many more outdoor activities and our books are left waiting on the shelves or in stacks on the nightstand.

That’s why I am giving you plenty of notice about these two read-a-thons, so you can plan a little reading time into your busy summer. I will also keep you posted about any other ones I hear about in case these dates don’t work for you.

Wicked Wildfire Read-A-Thon
This read-a-thon is hosted by the wonderful ladies that helped me get this new blog launched on WordPress.
Rebecca of Kindle Fever and April of My Shelf Confessions.

The Wicked Wildfire Read-A-Thon is a time when we all get together to dedicate the days of June 20-24 to as much reading as possible. You read as much as you can in order to get yourself a little further through that huge to-read pile! We know real life gets in the way and even if you can’t participate more than one day, you’re welcome to join in on the fun!

In the meanwhile, we will be hosting book-related challenges where you can win some awesome prizes and have a Twitter party at the hashtag #WWReadathon! You can posts updates on your blog, Twitter, Goodreads or Facebook — as long as the profile is public and we all can enjoy your reading progress!

Whether you can join us one, two, three, four or five days of the event, you are very welcome to sign up! It’s all up to you when, what and how much you read.

How to sign up? Click on the Wicked Wildfire Read-a-Thon picture above and it will take you the sign up page. Then just fill out the linky below with the URL where we can find your updates! Blog, Twitter, Goodreads or Facebook profile/pages

The linky will be open until midnight EST Saturday, June 23 to give as many interested as possible a chance to join in on the fun!

Afraid you’ll forget about it before it’s time? Don’t worry! A  reminder & intro e-mail will be sent to everyone signed up on the linky.

More details can be found when you sign up!!

This one is hosted by
Jude at In Between and Jennifer at Some Like It Paranormal.

The Summer Wrap-up Read-a-Thon will take place August 4th-August 12th. It will provide some motivation to finish up all the reading you were hoping to get done over the summer. 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. Follow Jennifer or Follow Jude

They have a ton of fabulous challenges and giveaways planned. The full schedule will be released closer to the read-a-thon start date. Also at the end they look forward to seeing what you accomplished so we will have a review linky set up after the read-a-thon. You can link up your goodreads reviews if you don’t have a blog. It will give us a chance to check out the reviews of what everyone else was reading.

To sign up just clicked on the Summer Wrap Up Read-a-thon picture above and it will take you to the sign-up page.

HAPPY READING!!

Dollycas

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

Feb 052012
 

The hosts for the wickedly wonderful weekend of reading are
Rebecca From Kindle Fire
and
April of My Shelf Confessions.

I enjoyed their last Read-A-Thon back in October so much and this one could not come at a better time. I am feeling a little buried by books at the moment so hopefully with a weekend dedicated to reading I can squeeze in a little more reading time.

I am posting this today because there is still time to sign up. Just click on one of the links above and join the fun.

You read as much as you can in order to get yourself a little further through that huge to-read pile! We know real life gets in the way and even if you can’t participate more than one day, you’re welcome to join in on the fun!

In the meanwhile, there will be book-related challenges by the hosts where you can win some awesome prizes and there will be a Twitter party at the hashtag #WWReadathon! You can post updates on your blog, Twitter, Goodreads or Facebook — as long as the profile is public and we all can enjoy your reading progress!

I will keep updating this post as the Read-A-Thon starts to document my progress. I will be happy if I can just read one more book than I had planned for this week but 2 or 3 would be better 🙂

Right now the are 72 people participating. I hope you are able to join in on the fun!!!

UPDATE: Friday, February 3 – I have started Avalanche Pass (A Jesse Parker Mystery)

UPDATE: Sunday 11:00 a.m. Finished Avalanche Pass last night – Really good.
Started Dodge the Bullet  this morning!


Finished this one after the game.
So I completely 2 books during the Read-A-Thon. Wish it would have been more.

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

Oct 212011
 

I have not participated in one of these in years, but this one sounded like a perfect way to spend a weekend right now because with all the blog changes I did get a little bit behind on my reading.

 

My First Book is:

Finally finished this book and moving on to Cemetery Girl.

Had a couple of excellent surprises yesterday and today that have cut directly into my reading time.  More on those another day.

I did participate in the Creep Me Out Challenge as well on Friday.

Finished Cemetery Girl and moving on to L.A. Mental


Hope to put a good dent in this one before the end of the read-a-thon.

**Finished 175 pages of L.A. Mental by midnight.

Just took part in the Zombie Apocalypse Challenge!

Final Notes
I read more pages that I thought I would even with all the usual things going on. Definitely will be signing up for more read-a-thons in the future. Thank you to the hosts for this one it was fun!!

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