It’s halfway through the readathon and I’m finally home and reading. We spent most of the day driving across Pennsylvania – and it’s a long state. We also stopped at the Flight 93 Memorial, which I’m glad we finally got to visit. Mid-Event Survey: 1. What are you reading right …
It’s Read-a-thon time! It’s Read-a-thon time! I actually don’t get to start reading until late this afternoon or early evening. We’re driving home from a wedding today and my husband is not one to listen to audiobooks in the car (or at all). Since it’s just the two of us, …
The FrightFall Readathon started yesterday and lasts all month this time around. From Seasons of Reading: Just remember…the one main “rule” of FrightFall is that you must read at least ONE scary book (which can be a thriller, mystery, Gothic novel, or similar for those who are faint of heart). …
The FrightFall Readathon begins October 1 and lasts for a month this time around. I always love Michelle’s Readathons, so of course I’m participating, even if most of my reads will not be necessarily as frightening as other folks’.
Just remember…the one main “rule” of FrightFall is that you must read at least ONE scary book (which can be a thriller, mystery, Gothic novel, or similar for those who are faint of heart). Since we are doing a month long, I hope you will indulge the scary a bit more, but that is entirely up to you. It is all about the reading after all.
Our social media hashtag is #FrightFall and we have our outstandingFacebookgroup which has become quite the reading community.
I am definitely one of the faint of heart. My “scary read” this time around will probably be Meddling Kidsby Edgar Cantero.
Other possible reads:
The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins
Slade House by David Mitchel
The Shimmering Road by Hester Young