All pictures in this post will be from Dewey's website.
Start of read-a-thon
As something new I will try and update hourly during the hours I am awake.
My Read-a-thon will start with A man called Ove by Fredrik Backman that my eldest sister recommended to me.
1 hour into the read-a-thon
I have read 90 pages of A man called Ove by Fredrik Backman during the first hour. My husband started the first hour with a snooze to get ready to cheer and my twin sister also managed to get a few zzz while reading her book.
2 hours into the read-a-thon
Only managed to read 50 pages of A man called Ove by Fredrik Backman this last hour. On page 140 of 358
3 hours into the read-a-thon
Now on page 220, eaten a few sweets and crisps.
4 hours into the read-a-thon
I am now on page 306 and will most likely finish the book in the next hour. My twin is doing well with Slow Demons by Chris Paton.
5 hours into the read-a-thon
The first 5 hours are gone and both Lise and I have just finished our books. A man called Ove is nothing like the fantasy books I usually like but it is a very good book. I giggled, laughed out loud and cried several times through this book. I really enjoyed it.
6 hours into the read-a-thon
The first 6 hours have gone and we are 1/4 of the way through the read-a-thon. I have had Had my dinner and started my second book which is The Menagerie by Tui T. Sutherland and Kari Sutherland