Just over a week, ago, I blogged about taking part in #sunathon, which took place last week. My plan was to finish reading Landline by Rainbow Rowell before moving onto The No-Kids Club by Talli Roland and No-One Ever Has Sex On A Tuesday by Tracy Bloom. My three books look tiny in comparison to some of the other reading piles in the #sunathon challenge but that was the fantastic part of #sunathon - there wasn't a set number of books that should be read. It was a very relaxed readathon, with each person reading as much or as little as they wanted. It was all about the joy of reading, which made it great to take part in.
I managed to read all three of my books by Saturday evening and enjoyed them all, especially No-One Ever Has Sex On A Tuesday, which I've no doubt will be in my top ten reads of 2014 by the end of the year. I'll be reviewing the books here on the blog soon and I'll be discussing Landline as part of the #NoveliciousBookClub on Twitter.
I'd like to thank Emma Louise for organising #sunathon. It was a lot of fun taking part and sharing the joy of reading with the other participants.