When the surprise Dewey’s Reverse Summer Readathon was announced, I wasn’t sure I would be able to participate. Luckily, I can; and I’m so excited for this fun event. I’m hoping to tick off a few more titles from my 20 Books of Summer reading challenge.
The readathon kicks off tonight (Friday) at 8 pm and runs until Saturday at 8 pm here on the east coast. I’m curious to see how (or if) this time change impacts my reading productivity compared to the traditional readathon.
Here’s what I’m planning to read:
My priority is to finish The Lido by Libby Page and read The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton. I still have a bit of a book hangover from Circe, so I’m hoping Madeline Miller‘s short story Galatea will help alleviate some of that feeling. Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng seems like a gripping readathon pick as well. I’ve tried to keep things realistic, and am looking forward to spending time with these exciting books.
Have you read any of these? Are you joining in the Reverse Summer Readathon fun?