Saturday, November 14, 2015

Sunday Post (4): Read-A-Thon Fun!


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Where I'm at, it's actually still Saturday but I wanted to get this posted as soon as possible since my last post was on Thursday. I'm still trying to blog ahead and fill up the rest of November as well as get into December as much as I can. I feel like it's going well, so I'm excited about that!

I'm doing well on the Ho-Ho-Ho Read-A-Thon. I finished my first book early on Friday (Mistletoe Murder) and I'm well into the second book (The Stupidest Angel). My goal is three, so if things continue to go well then I'll definitely meet that goal!

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Most important of all, I want to say that my thoughts and prayers are with those in Paris, France today! If you live in France or know anyone that does, I hope they are all safe and well.

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16 comments:

Lisa @ Lost in Literature said...

Awesome job with your readathon!! My thoughts are with Paris today as well - how absolutely devastating. Have a great weekend! :)

Cascia Talbert said...

Congratulations on your realisation. My thoughts and prayers are with France as well.

Kindlemom said...

Congrats on already completing your first book!

I think it has been a really hard day for some many with the news about Paris, so awful.

Trish Hannon said...

I feel so silly, I never connected your two blogs before! Doh!

The Stupidest Angel sounds like a fun read! Hope you are enjoying your HoHoHo books, I'm still on book 1 but I'm enjoying it so all's good.

Lexxie Lin said...

I hand't realized that both those blogs were yours, Lauren! How did that happen?

What happened in Paris is heartbreaking, but the Parisians' reaction is beautiful and filled with love!

Have a wonderful week ahead and happy reading.

Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

Brandi Kosiner said...

Congrats on book for RAT

Melliane said...

COngrats girl! Yeah terrible thing in Paris... I'm so sad...

kimbacaffeinate said...

You are doing well on the thon. France is in the forefront of all of our thoughts.

Audrey Dawn said...

So sad about France. My thoughts are with them. You're doing awesome on the read-a-thon, btw! Always great when you meet your goals.

Nicole Hewitt said...

How did I not realize that you have another blog? I'm glad that I know about it now! I love your Make it a Gift feature!!

Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

Christy LoveOfBooks said...

Good job with the RAT. I completed all my books and feel great. lol

Grace @ RebelMommyBookBlog said...

Great job on the read-a-thon!!

Claudia Arroyo said...

I have desperately tried to plan posts ahead of time in more than one occasions, but some way or another the notion fizzles away; I'm glad to hear you're doing well on your read-a-thon! :)

Naomi Hop said...

Good luck blogging ahead, it feels so good to have posts scheduled...
Have a fantastic week!

Alise said...

I swear I always find out about readathons a day too late! Sounds like you are doing great though! Paris is a tragedy, so sad.

Jennifer Humphries said...

I am so woefully behind on commenting. There was loads of family stuff going on this last week and I can finally come up for a little air! I too am still so sad about Paris and that horrible act done. I will try and catch up over here :)