Thursday, October 14, 2010

Halloween READ-A-Thon- Update 1 and Mini-Challenges







 





Here are my entries for two mini challenges:

For Ya addicts challenge we were asked what our spookiest read was. I picked:






This was the first Stephen King book I ever bought,  and one of the scariest books Ive read :)



Oh My Books wanted to know what Halloween costume I would pick, here is a lovely one I covet:

It's a fairy outfit! Id really like to have a cute Fairy costume with wings this year. Scroll below for my reading progress :)









Hi every one Here is my first update! I got thrown for a loop today by being delayed at work :( I have a hard time not being hard on my self during these! So far I finished Paranormalcy and these four comics:



                                                                  





                                                                  




I hope to get two more books read tomorrow.











I love Read-A-Thon's! I like chatting with other bloggers, entering fun contests and of course knocking some books of my TBR pile :) this Read-A-Thon  is  being hosted by Ya books Reviewed : HERE 
This is what I hope to read over the next couple of days :
 
 
 

                                                                             

Paranormalcy - Kiersten White (nook)

Alpha - Rachel Vincent (nook)

One Foot In The Grave - Jeanine Frost

already Dead - Charlie Huston

The Living Dead 2

Lonely Werewolf Girl- Martin Millar

House of Secrets - GN

Cages GN- Dave Mckean

my goal is 6 books! Now off to read :)





 
 

2 comments:

Stella (Ex Libris) said...

I also LOVE Read-a-Thons!! They motivate me to read, and finally they also serve as an excuse to do nothing but read during the weekend :-D

Unfortunately I won't be able to participate in this one now, as I have too much to do this weekend, but good luck to you, hope you'll ahve a great, funa nd productive Read-a-Thon weekend! :-)

Kate said...

I'm participating as much as I can, but I'm working all weekend and have a final exam to study for Monday.

I loved Lonely Werewolf Girl, and in fact I'm just a fan of Martin Millar. I really need to read the sequel, which came out recently!