24 in 48 Readathon

It is that time again for the 24 in 48 readathon and I am really hoping that I can complete this challenge, although I have a hectic weekend planned.

So for anyone that doesn’t the idea of this readathon is that you read for a total of 24 hours in a 48 hour period. Now you can choose to either start in your own time zone (which is what I normally do) or start with the group. For me the group start time is 4pm on Saturday but my only problem is that I have work until 11pm which sucks but hopefully I can get in a few hours once I get home.

The main book I am planning on reading is The Gilded Wolves By Roshani Chokshi but I have also have The Awakening by L. J. Smith which is the first book in the Vampire Diaries series as an audiobook.

Updates

Hour 0: 4pm – at work

Hour 1: 5pm – at work

Hour 2: 6pm – at work

Hour 3: 7pm – at work

Hour 4: 8pm – at work

Hour 5: 9pm – at work

Hour 6: 10pm – at work

Hour 7: 11pm – 32.45 mins of audio book and 30 mins of my book

Hour 8: 12am – yer I crashed

Hour 9: 1am – sleep

Hour 10: 2am – sleep

Hour 11: 3am

Hour 12: 4am

Hour 13: 5am

Hour 14: 6

Hour 15: 7

Hour 16: 8

Hour 17: 9

Hour 18: 10am – watching Harry Potter

 

Ok i’m just going to wrap this up here as it is embarrassing how badly I failed this. I had so much going on and I was absolutely hating the narrator for the audiobook so instead of listening to that I had Harry Potter marathon.

So in total in the 48 hours I read a grand total for 2.5 hours.

On the plus side, next time that this readathon is on it is difficult to do any worse.

happy reading

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