The 48 Hour Book Challenge – Hour 24 Report


Tell me I’m not the only one that’s seeing words swim across the page and/or ereader. I’m not? Good.

Twenty four have gone by, half of them devoted to TKT, a thirdish to all words written and read by me, and that last bit, caught in the ether. I’ve lost track, to be honest. I barely remembered to check in now! I suppose that’s the joy of diving into a good book. You lose track of time. The world around you falls away and the only one that exists are on the pages before you. That is such a lovely thing to aspire to you as a writer, don’t you think?

Alrighty. DOUBLE VISION by F.T. BradleyI could totally be friends with Linc. Also, I feel bad for Mrs. Valdez because I have a soft spot for teachers. I love the connection/concern she has with her students, even the ones that don’t believe they have potential themselves, like Linc. I have a thing for secondary characters. And I like how they get to shine.

My line up wasn’t in any particular order. I decided that due to previous emotional reactions from books, (UGH, all the feels and tears and outrage), I might want to keep the reading less emotionally draining, that way I can get through the weekend without shedding a tear (I hope) and chug along. So since the wee hours without the wee ones, I dove into GEORGETOWN ACADEMY, SEASON ONE by Jessica Koosed Etting and Alyssa Embree Schwartz and CINDER by Marissa Meyer

Hours Read: 9.50 (running total: 16.25 hours)

Hours Blogged: 1.00 (running total: 2.00 hours)

Hours Written: 0.00, so far. Blerg. Must get on that.

Total Hours Logged for #48HBC so far: 18.25 hours

I hope everyone is enjoying the worlds they’ve traveled to thus far!

4 thoughts on “The 48 Hour Book Challenge – Hour 24 Report

  1. Yes, I do love how the world falls away when you’re caught up in a good book. And this weekend is great because suddenly the ToDo list only consists of READING! 🙂

    Hope you’re not too bleary-eyed yet!


    • Oh, Cindy. That ship has sailed. haha

      And I wish I didn’t have other things to do aside from reading this weekend. The Keysmashing Tots aren’t here (miss them dearly) but there’s a bunch of other errands, chores, groceries, et. al., to get through. Life happens. 🙂 I actually hoped to have logged more hours and books by this point. That’s not even including all the writing I have slated for my June Writing Challenges. Oh, and that ole partridge in a pear tree.

      See you on the hop and can’t wait to see what else you’ve been reading so far.



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