1)What fine part of the world are you reading from today?
Near Cincinnati, OH - it is cloudy and spring here! It will be 65F!
2) Which book in your stack are you most looking forward to?
I am not doing a stack this time - just picking whatever I feel like reading from my stack of TBR, all the ebooks on TBR, and the many audiobooks I have. I will probably read/listen to all this time.
3) Which snack are you most looking forward to? Coffee - lots of coffee. Keeping with my inability to plan this time I have snacks but didn't plan anything special other than planning dinner and lunch. The kids don't like it when they don't get their meals and snacks :) My hubby is traveling this weekend so I am on my own.
4) Tell us a little something about yourself! I have 3 kiddos (12, 10, and 5). Audiobooks are my favorite mode of reading because I tend to spend a lot of time in the car.
5) If you participated in the last read-a-thon, what’s one thing you’ll do different today? If this is your first read-a-thon, what are you most looking forward to?
I have participated in others but usually only get a couple of hours of reading in. We have nothing planned today so I am trying to get in more reading. I am trying to get my kiddos off their tablets to read some too. :) I got my 12 year old a new graphic novel and my 10 year old and I will probably read a little together. The 5 year old will sit and listen to any book he picks so we will probably do that too.
This read-a-thon is going to be very impromptu for me! I have two starter books picked out:
Reading: A Cursed Child; My kiddos have got me re-watching all the Harry Potter movies and I haven't read this one yet so I thought I should.
And since I still have to do things like feed the kids and clean and laundry I have an audio book to listen to while I do that. The Favorite Sister By Jessica Knoll on Audio.
If/When these are finished I will pick something else from my massive TBR pile and Kindle! So many selections! LOL! I will probably do some reading with the kiddos too. Trying to get them participating...but they would rather play on the tablets...
“When you bet on the horse race, you bet for win, for place, for show. When you buy books, you buy some to read, some to own, and some for reference. You want to possess the books, you want to own them, you want to hold them. Perhaps you even hope that you will read them.” - Louis Szathmary