Sweater Weather and Read-A-Thon

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Today, it’s Sunday for me and, the Sweater Weather Readathon has a few days still to end. However, since I finished reading all the planned books, I thought I would do a mini wrap up. I typically work four days a week, but this week I was asked to work Friday too. Anyway, in 3 days, I read the five books I had for each prompt, and the books were:

Daisy Does it Herself by Gracie Player 3/5

Love at the Fall Festival (Sugar Maple Romance #1) by Belle Bailey 3/5

Pumpkin (Cindermama #1) by Ines Johnson 3/5

A Family Affair: Fall (Truth in Lies #4) by Mary Campisi 2/5

The Watchmaker of Filigree Street (The Watchmaker of Filigree Street #1) by Natasha Pulley 1/5

Like always, I want to be honest since one of the prompts was read in a format you don’t usually read in. I picked the audiobook of The Watchmaker of Filigree Street, and I listened until chapter two, and it was working for me, so I switched to the ebook. Both don’t work out for me, and if I weren’t reading it for the readathon, I wouldn’t have finished it.

On another note, next month there is another round of readathin. I know I want to take part but right this moment I don’t have a plan of how I’m going to do. I still have 40 plus to finish by the end of November. I would be lucky to do half the prompts since there are 24, as you can see in the graphic below.

I have participated in Read-a-thin ever since it started, so I will still try to participate as busy as I might be next month. The question is how often. This is a readathon that takes place four times a year, in February, May, August and November. It started in 2017 and is a month-long. It is hosted by Amanda at A Court of Books and Love and Donna at Mom’s Book Collection.

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