July 2018 #24in48 Readathon Sign-Up and TBR List

It’s time for another #24in48 Readathon! I had a lot of fun participating in the Readathon back in January, and am looking forward to getting involved again this weekend.

If you’re new to 24in48, this is the basic gist: beginning at 12:01am on Saturday morning and running through 11:59pm on Sunday night, participants read for 24 hours out of that 48-hour period. You can split that up however you’d like: 20 hours on Saturday, four hours on Sunday; 12 hours each day; six four-hour sessions with four hour breaks in between, whatever you’d like.

This round of #24in48 will take place from July 21-July 22. Here are the books I’m planning to choose from:



-I’ll be traveling on Saturday, and plan to listen to the audiobook of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. It’s been a while since I’ve read this lovely novel, and I’ve forgotten a lot of the details. I’m excited to revisit it before the adaptation is released on Netflix next month!


-I’m very excited to start Circe by Madeline Miller, and I may dip into The Seven 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton and/or The Lido by Libby Page. All three are downloaded to my Kindle app, and the latter two are also NetGalley eARCs.


-As for physical books, I hope to read some more of Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain. I’m absolutely loving this memoir but just can’t seem to read very much of it at once. I had hoped to have finished it by now, but as long as I complete it by the end of the summer, I’m fine with it. There’s a slight chance I’ll pick up Human Croquet by Kate Atkinson as well. Since I read Atkinson’s Behind the Scenes of the Museum during the last #24in48, this would be a fun addition.


Have you read any of these titles? Will you be participating in this round of #24in48?

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    1. It’s interesting, heartbreaking, and very powerful. I’m really enjoying it and would highly recommend it. I’ve decided to just take my time with it though, since it’s not one I seem to be able to read too much of at once.


    1. Thanks so much! It was a fun readathon, even if I didn’t get quite as much reading in as I had hoped. I absolutely loved Circe and hope you do too if/when you pick it up!


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