Book Drunkard

“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” L.M. Montgomery

Day 2 – Book Drunkard Week Long Read-a-Thon


KAY CRAIN-002I didn’t get as much read yesterday as I wanted to – I was so exhausted after cleaning the house and cooking dinner for company that I fell asleep at 8 pm.  So, I only read half of my goal.

Today I plan on doing much better.  Thankfully, the book I decided to read first is amazing so far and I get the feeling it’ll be hard to put down today.  So, barring anything unknown jumping into my schedule today, I should be able to make up some pages today., a bit about what I’m reading.  THE PAINTED GIRLS by Cathy Marie Buchanan is about the van Goethem sisters, Antoinette, Marie and Charlotte.  The story is inspired by the model of Little Dancer Aged Fourteen by Edgar Degas.  I’m not far into the story yet, but I already know I’m going to love it as much as I loved her first novel, THE DAY THE FALLS STOOD STILL.  If you haven’t read it, do it now!  It was really wonderful.

How is everyone else doing with their goals?  Anyone finish a book yet?


4 thoughts on “Day 2 – Book Drunkard Week Long Read-a-Thon

  1. I was hoping to get offered this one, but nope. I loved her other work, it had me crying. So I guess I’ll get this from the library once I finish the 500+ from my own library. bwahahaha

  2. I’m actually nearly finished my audiobook, RED RAIN! The commute to work was slow-moving today with freezing rain/ice, so I had lots of time 🙂

  3. Yesterday I finished the two books I was already midway through when the read-a-thon started – I didn’t have that far to go with either of them, but I was grateful for the little extra push to get to the end! Today I’ve started new books for day three – ‘Desperate Romantics’ by Franny Moyle, about the Pre-Raphaelites, and ‘Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares’, to inject a little festivity into my December. It’s my day off, but I’m a bit headachy and I’ve had a few errands to run as well, so I’m not sure topple THAT many pages – but as always, a read-a-thon is always a good reminder to keep drifting back to my book for a page or ten!
    My day 2 update is on my read-a-thon post:

  4. You’re all doing so great!! Keep it up 🙂

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