June 8, 2012

48 Hr Book Challenge 2012

 

MotherReader hosts a fantastic book challenge each year, and this will be my third year participating. I always get a lot of reading and reviewing accomplished. For more info on how to participate: MotherReader
This year June 8th-10th I'm working, so we'll see how much I can get done. 
My goal is 24hrs in total. Books in my to-read pile:

Masque of the Red Death (Masque of the Red Death, #1) Between the Lines  No Safety In Numbers 

My Life in Black and White  The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden, #1)  The False Prince (The Ascendance Trilogy, #1)   
Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, #1)  172 Hours on the Moon

My Official Time.. 7:30pm Friday June 8th - 7:30 Sunday June 9th

9 comments:

  1. Ooh! I've read a couple of these, so will be curious to see what you say about them. Hope you have a lot of good books stockpiled!

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  2. 172 Hours on the Moon was a fun one. You have some great-sounding stuff in your pile. Best luck!

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  3. Nice selection! I want to read The False Prince - too bad I don't have a copy!

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  4. Just stopping by to say hi! Love your book choices...some I have read and some are currently occupying my TBR pile. I will look forward to learning how you felt about some of them. Have a great 48hbc and come visit some time if you get the chance. Happy Reading!

    Courtney
    Stiletto Storytime

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  5. Someone at work just recommended The False Prince to me the other day. I'll have to check that one out.

    Hope you are enjoying your books!

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  6. Good luck making your goal,

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  7. I'm planning on reading Grave Mercy this weekend, too! And, wow, that 172 Hours on the Moon cover is so different from the American cover...

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  8. Since I spend my life primarily reading children's literature via RIF and then reading with my grandchildren, it is always a treat to come upon a list like yours. So how was My Life in Black and White? Several people have mentioned it to me as one I should read given my interest in disability work. Have a great weekend ahead, Book People Unite!

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