Dewey's read-a-thons, so I am excited to participate again. I'm trying a new strategy this time. Many of the books I will be reading, I have already started. This way I already know that I like them. Nothing frustrates me more than starting a book and not liking it then having a hard time getting started on any book.
I have lots of snacks; pop tarts, glazed, chocolate donut holes (my favorite), cheese and crackers, orange juice(goes great with donut holes), hot chocolate, Doritos, and other yummy foods.
My house is clean so no distractions and I will be wearing comfy jammies all day. I won't be able to stay awake for 24 hours, so I'm sure I'll take plenty of naps.
So here is a list of books on my possible reads list for this weekend:
Catherine the Great by Robert K. Massie - I've been neglecting this one so it will be good to devote some time to it.
The Girl Who Would Speak For the Dead by Paul Elwork- on my Kindle
Sleeping Murder by Agatha Christie- I may sneak in another Agatha book. They are easy reads and I love mysteries
Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier
The Ghost Stories of Edith Wharton by Edith Wharton
The Heroine's Bookshelf by Erin Blakemore
The Woman in Black by Susan Hill
Straw Men by Michael Marshall-on my Kindle
Royal Blood (A Royal Spyness Mystery) by Rhys Bowen-on my Kindle
I also have several samples downloaded on my Kindle and may throw a cozy mystery in as they don't take a lot of concentration.
Happy Reading and Good Luck to all the other participants!