I may have made it through this week's books by doing some reading at work during off-hours. Shh, don't tell anyone.
Week three, here we go! I may have strategically made some book choices for this week to make up for the fact that I was out of town for three days, and for the fact that I'm tackling a monster next week.
Welcome to a VERY SLEEPY READING CHALLENGE POST. It's some ungodly hour as I post this, though I wrote the bulk of it in advance because I'm heading out to ConFusion! Hit me up if you'll be there!
Onto the books...
Hello and welcome back to the Lightning Round Reading Challenge! Week 1 is done, and here are my promised recaps.
Happy 2020 everyone, and welcome to the launch post for what I'm calling the Lightning-Round Reading Challenge, AKA the “2 Books A Week For A Year” Challenge, AKA the “why do you like to suffer, Erin?” challenge.
Basically, the challenge is such: every week this year, I will attempt to read two books. Yes, that means a total of 104 books read in the year 2020, if I am in fact successful. And, to add an extra level to this, I'll be posting a (likely short) review of each book at the end of every week.
You're free to read along with me, or just to enjoy my trials and tribulations. Also, feel free to recommend books! Ones you like, ones you're curious about, ones that you hated and want to see me suffer as well, all are welcome! I may not get them in the exact week after, but I'll try to get to them as soon as possible.
Tune in Friday, January 10th for the first post of the challenge, and the first two books, which are slated to be The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern and The Disasters by M.K. England.
Wish me luck!
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