End of the Year 2013 Readathon #ReadingCram

end of year RAT

Jenny @ Juliababyjen’s Reading Room and Dana @ DanaSqaure are hosting a Read- A- thon from December 9th – 22nd called End of the Year 2013 #ReadingCram. So why should we do the readathon!? Well here are a few good reasons:

1. To chisel off some of your TBR pile.
2. Do all the fun challenges and win some prizes.
3. Encourage others to read like a speed demon (and yourself) + reading with others is loads of fun.

It’s definitely a good chance to get those last minute 2013 books we’ve been wanting to read in, so get for the #ReadingCram! For signup & details remember to check our lovely hosts’ blog. There’s also lot of awesome challenges for the days of the RAT & a full list can also be found there.

Alright, so this RAT was totally last minute for me. Hopefully I’m not being overly ambitious, as I have a few finals to study for, but I always tend to read a lot during exam time as a de-stressor anyways so here are my goals!

GOALS:

(click the covers for Goodreads)

Sleepless - Tracey WardThe Real Prom Queens of Westfield High - Laurie Boyle Crompton

The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant - Joanna WiebeThe Program - Suzanne Young

When the Rogue Returns - Sabrina Jeffries

Truce - R. L Mathewson

1. Sleepless by Tracey Ward (Dec 12)
2. The Real Prom Queens of Westfield High by Laurie Boyle Crompton (Dec 15)
3. The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant (The V Trilogy #1) by Joanna Weibe
4. The Program (The Program #1) by Suzanne Young (finished Dec 11)
5. When the Rogue Returns (The Duke’s Men #2) by Sabrina Jeffries
6. Truce: The Historic Neighbor from Hell (Neighbor from Hell, #4) by R.L. Mathewson (Dec 13)

Down here for my daily updates: 

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Day 01: Managed to get my TBR List done in time for the read-a-thon. I’ll call it a success.
First Challenge – The TBR list Kick-off at Juliababyjen‘s: DONE.

hmm, I kinda started Sleepless, but maybe I’ll read The Program first!

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Day 02: Still working on The Program – read 109 pages.
Second Challenge: The Teaser, hosted by Tanya @ BookLovingHippo

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Day 03: Finished The Program
Starting Sleepless.

3rd challenge: My Top Ten of 2013, hosted by Jessica @ Let Me Tell You A Story

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Day 04: Ended up powering through Sleepless!
Staring: Truce.

4th challenge: Spine Poetry, hosted by Lori @ Writing My Own Fairy Tales

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 A fool’s errand,

(to) cracked the program.

Scarlet (is) Crown of Midnight.

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Day 5: Finished Truce!

Fifth Challenge: Favourite Book to Movie Adaption; hosted by Emily @ Falling for YA
catching-fire-movie-posterCatching Fire - Suzanne Collins There’s probably other ones I like more, but currently Catching Fire definitely did a snazzy job.

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Day 6: Starting The Real Prom Queens of Westfield High – ETA: 47%

The sixth challenge is the Seasonal Challenge; hosted by Michelle @ Book Briefs!
Recommend a book good for a snow day
Recommend a book good for a rainy day
Recommend a book good for a beach day
Recommend a book good for a spooky night
(I did 2 for each. A YA, and an Adult – check it out HERE)

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Day 7: Finished Real Prom Queens of Westfield High. I really like Rick.

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Day 8: Was kind just a bum today

ETA: Ended up starting The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant.

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Day 9: 20% The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant. It’s definitely a interestingly creepy book! There’s a few really strange characters! Oh…possible hints of a love triangle? Can’t we just have an awesome platonic friendship?

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Day 10: 26% The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant. Still chugging along, have to study too ):

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Day 11: 36% The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant. Hmmm, I think I shall start When the Rogue Returns too.

Eleventh Challenge: Title Poetry, hosted by Tressa @ Tress’s Wishful Endings

Pawn - Aimee Carter

Puppet masters hidden away, puppets on a string

Agendas, conspiracies, it’s all a game but

Wicked ways are nearing it’s end.

Notorious times are about to begin.

 

 

 

 

Day 12:

Author: Cyn

noun. a bum a student again. A master’s student…oooh. procrastinator. reader. eater. sleeper. music listen-er. movie go-er. Loves food too much.

0 Replies to “End of the Year 2013 Readathon #ReadingCram”

  1. LOVE The Program! I hope you get that done asap and then we can discuss it 😀

    1. Glad to hear! Maybe I’ll move it up the TBR list haha.

  2. Nice list! The Program looks really good, I’d like to read that one of these days!

    1. Thanks! I’ve been meaning to for a while, this is definitely a good excuse 😉

  3. Sleepless has a great cover! Good luck with your reading!

    1. I’m a fan of the cover too! I think they used that photo for another book that was released this year actually…
      Thanks (:

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  5. Great poem! I really want to read Scarlet and The Program soon. I’ve heard good things about both of them.
    Thanks so much for participating in the challenge! Good luck with your goals!

    1. Thanks haha. Scarlet is fantastic! I highly recommend. Th Program was pretty good too!

  6. I really like your poem, it’s simple, yet wonderful 🙂
    I really want to try out Cinder and Scarlet next year myself!

    1. Yes! Definitely check out the Lunar Chronicles! I hope you enjoy them!

  7. Awesome poem! I loved The Program and Sleepless – enjoy!!

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

    1. I just finished both! And quite enjoy both haha.

  8. the poem was not that bad. hahaha. The Program<3 I finshed that one the other day and I loved it. I read the second book too. I can tell you that its an awesome series.

    1. Ah lucky! I request The Treatment from Edelweiss but I’m still waiting to hear back… Glad to hear you liked it though!

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  11. Ooh I love your spine poetry 😀 It’s kind of hard for me to make spine poetry because I don’t have that many physical books at home haha but yoou did a great job here! 😀

  12. Loved your poem! Very well done. Thanks for participating!

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