…those plans I had yesterday for today’s readathon?
Um, yeah, about that.
I’m revising the stack to be more realistic than it was and not as heavy in terms of pages, although you might think that the subject matter is heavy with murder at the center of all three of my choices. They’re really not, but are comfort reads, of a kind for me and just what I need today. Here is the revised stack:
- The Potter’s Field, the 13th in the Inspector Montalbano series, by Andrea Camilleri
- Rogue Protocol, the third in the Murderbot series, by Martha Wells
- Exit Strategy, the fourth in the Murderbot series, also by Wells.
As I’m writing this at about 9 a.m., I still have to get breakfast, and I am adding two other components to my own readathon with meditation and journaling (therapeutic and much needed after a week full of…well, everything), realistically I probably won’t be getting started until at least noon. The plan from there is to read as much as I can until at least midnight, mixed with the meditation and journaling. It won’t be 12 hours of reading, but I’ll read what I can. If I finish these three (doubtful, even though they’re short), I do have a backup or two in the wings. We’ll see if it/they are needed.
Are you participating in today’s readathon? If so, what are you reading? If not, what are you reading lately anyway?