Sunday, May 31, 2015

*Platypire ReadAThon* May Results

Photo Courtesy of Platypire Maribel
It's the end of May and time to see how I did on my Read-A-Thon goal for the month. Spoiler alert, I didn't finish my list, in fact, most of the books I ended up reading weren't even ON my list. Of course that's partially because I forgot that I signed up for BookSparks Summer Reading Challenge which started in May, and I'm a mood reader. But without further ado, here's my rundown. 

X - Read
R - Reading
+ - To Be Read

X - The Art of Sin by Alexandrea Weis
See my review here.

X - The Art of Baking Blind by Sarah Vaughan
See my review here.

X - Tex-Mex for Terriers by Chef Terry Scraps
See my review here.

X - The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
See my review here.

X - The Year My Mother Came Back by Alice Eve Cohen
See my review here.

X - Proud Patrick by Michael Aloysius O'Reilly
See my review here.

X - A Book of Spirits and Thieves by Morgan Rhodes
See my review here.

X - The Grown Ups by Robin Antalek
See my review here.

X - Emissary by Thomas Locke
See my review here.

X - The Queen's Shadow by Cyb√®le Young
See my review here.

X - Wishful Thinking by Kamy Wicoff
See my review here.

X - Last Chance Mustang by Mitchell Bornstein
See my review here.

R - The Rewriting of America's History by Catherine Millard
R - Sector 64: Ambush by Dean M. Cole
R - Sweetwater (The Kihn #1) By Rivi Jacks
R - The Voyage by Tammie Painter
R - Circling the Sun by Paula McClain
R - The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim
R - Elwyndyn by Raven Williams

+ - Far From Home by V. Stolte
+ - &Now Awards 3 by Various Authors
+ - Shadows of the Unseen by Christine Steendam
+ - Affliction by S.L. Dearing
+ - Bloodlines by S.L. Dearing
+ - Drawing Heat by S.L. Dearing
+ - Dr. Sleep by Stephen King
+ - PrairyErth by William Least Heat-Moon
+ - Carus and Mitch by Tim Major
+ - House of Holes by Nicholson Baker
+ - Christmas in Paradise by Kathi Daley

So in the end I only moved two books off my currently reading list, and I only moved four books off of my to be read list (although two of those were also finished, so that's a plus, right?) But I finished and reviewed eleven books last month, which is almost three books a week, and I'd say that's pretty darn good. I'm also over halfway done with three of the books that are still on my currently reading list, and hope to finish two of them tomorrow (so chances are I'll only finish one.) Stay tuned next month to see the insanity that is my list (really, it's going to be LONG!) - Katie 

2 comments:

  1. You did a lot better than me. I still need to make my list.

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    1. If it makes you feel any better, one of my books was an illustrated kid's book :) - Katie

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