A Winter's Respite Readathon (Jan 23 - 29) #WintersRespite

It's time for another Read-a-thon!  A Winter's Respite Read-a-thon is being hosted by The True Book Addict and is starting tomorrow, Jan 23.  It will run through next Sunday, Jan 29.  I am really busy tomorrow, but depending on what happens throughout the week, I should be able to get quite a bit done, especially since I have quite the pile that I plan on tackling.

Here is what I plan on reading:
The Gift 
What Alice Knew 
The Great Gatsby
The Help
The Scarlet Letter 
Anna Karenina
Les Miserables 
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 
The Cat's Table 
Steve Jobs 
The Marriage Plot 

I realize that its quite a bit, but some of them should be fairly quick, like The Cat's Table and Harry Potter and Scarlet, if I spend the time reading them.  I do have most of Friday available to me to read and about 3 evenings are free of obligations and with shows basically going dark for about a week or two, I should have time to read quite a bit.

If you wish to join the discussion, you can find us on twitter at #wintersrespite.


yeah, I forgot that a lot of shows are going to be off this week. That works out great for me then. =O) I'm glad you're joining me. You have an awesome list there. Enjoy your week of reading!
Risa said…
Wow! That's quite a big, impressive list!...all the best with completing it... :)
Vicky said…
The Great Gatsby and Harry Potter are great, I love them! :)

Happy reading this week - I'm sure we'll have lots of fun!

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Jillian said…
So many great choices for this week. I'm also participating and will mostly be reading Shakespeare. Have fun, Melissa! :)
Wow this is an impressive list. This is what I would read in a month. Good luck to you!
Lisa said…
What a great variety books you have to choose from. Hope you find plenty of time to read!
JP said…
Great list of books! I love The Help and Les Mis!

Happy read-a-thonning!

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