We also have some exciting new developments this time around, like the Goodreads group! You can read all about what the moderators have in mind right HERE.
Finally, we had enough warm-up posts to run for two weeks! If you haven't been following those, zip on over to 24hourreadathon.com to get caught up! Not only are there lots of tips and tricks, there are also a lot of inspirational personal experiences.
- Incendiary Girls: Stories, by Kodi Scheer
- Maps and Legends, by Michael Chabon (essays)
- John Saturnall's Feast, by Lawrence Norfolk
- Landline, by Rainbow Rowell
- Pain, Parties, Work, by Elizabeth Winder (non-fic)
- Take the Cannoli, by Sarah Vowell (essays)
This here is my printed stack. Can you tell I'm on a non-fiction kick? I also find that my eyes tire out quickly reading on my e-reader lately, so I betcha I'll be partaking of this stack quite a bit. I also have American Supernatural Tales I should've added to this pic. Some short stories sound like just the ticket.
I'll definitely be reading some comics on ye olde e-reader, so here's a smattering of those:
Things will be getting creepy with Sabrina and Wytches, and a little more thoughtful and fun with Wild's End and Lumberjanes.
What's on your Read-a-Thon stack?