This is my Wrap Up Post for the month-long High Summer Readathon. I actually could not remember the reading I had done because of the overlapping thons that were happening in July. It was a very busy time. I will be writing reviews to all of these books in future posts, but in the meantime, here is my list of books completed and almost completed, (calling it complete) :)
I made huge progress on The Maze Runner Series by James Dashner. What a fun read they were! Completed:
- The Scorch Trials
- The Death Cure
- The Kill Order
- The Chairman's Toys by Graham Reed Completed
- The Deep by Nick Cutter Completed
The Christmas Joy Ride by Melody Carlson Christmas in July Entry Completed.
Stay tuned for my reviews on all of these books in future blogs...
It was a summer to remember but it is not yet over. The months ahead will find me going back to work, setting up sports schedules for my son, checking out the new fall lineup of television shows, and of course, reading to fill in the spot between now and autumn. :) I have two books that I have on my agenda. With all of the blockbuster movies out there I wanted to get into the swing of things, and picked up a copy of Meg by Steve Alten. This is the first book in the primary series of 6 books, and a prequel called Origins. I am looking forward to this book as a wind down to the summer reading.
The second book I want to read is "A is for Alibi" by Sue Grafton. I have been wanting to read this series for a long time, but I was never in the mood to take the step to reading a sleuthing mystery. I received an ARC from Partners in Crime Publishing and to be honest, it was so good, it rekindled my love that I thought I had lost for a good mystery. Therefore, I grabbed a copy of the first Kinsey Millhone Mystery Series and am settling in to what I hope will be long and fun relationship with the late Sue Grafton.
I know it is a little early to be thinking about fall but.... last year's FrightFall was one month-long for the first time ever, and it was awesome.
I am now eyeing the FrightFall Readathon happening in October 2018 and..... Wait! What's This?........
I just flipped over to the Seasons of Reading Blog and it seems Michelle is working on changing things up a bit this year. See the following excerpt from her Blog...
"Looking forward, of course we have the month long FrightFall Readathon in October, but I'm also working on adding some extra fun (since we do love our scary...a good bit of us anyway). Every year I host two events at my horror blog, Castle Macabre. Gothic September and Season of the Witch in October. Well, the wheels are turning and I'm trying to come up with an all encompassing event that will take Castle Macabre and Seasons of Reading through a spooky autumn. Stay tuned!"
Well this sounds very exciting and I can hardly wait until this event is released! In between reading and life, I will catch up on my book reviews, so stay tuned to this blog for some interesting reviews coming your way, Until then, keep reading!