Third Book Completed For The ReadAThon

I definitely should have finished Coraline by Neil Gaiman much faster than I did. However, I came across numerous interruptions, such as being dirty and needing a shower, commuting to my parent’s house although the boyfriend drove, I can never fully get into reading while someone else is driving because I have an irrational fear of dying in a car accident since I’m not the one controlling the car, then omg my parents wanted to prattle on at me about car insurance, despite the presence of a book in front of my face. I know, I know it’s rude to go over to the parents’ place of living and not converse, but I’m only over here to avoid my schisskolph roommate and starting WWIII. 

This is hour 7 of the official challenge, hour 6 for me.
Anyways, I have finished Coraline as of 2 pm EST. 
Highlights from Coraline:
Excellent writing
The Cat
Next book up: Love Is The Higher Law by David Leviathan
About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.


  1. Books are awesome
    Books are great
    Congratulations on reading so much
    You’re first rate!

  2. Hope all is going well now that we are into the 8th hour of the Read-a-Thon 🙂 This is Louise cheering from Copenhagen, Denmark…

  3. Yay! Well done on finishing your third book. Good Luck with the 4th, you're doing great!

  4. Susan @ Reading Upside Down says

    Coraline is on my TBR list. You're doing well so far. Keep it up!

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