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A #WintersRespite #Readathon - Wrap Up

Best laid plans and all that…



I had 4 books on my TBR for the #WintersRespite readathon, but got through 3… well, considering I gave up on Grey early on, only 2.

However, I did an editing read-through of my own book Keeping Claudia—131,000 words. (Happy to report, that little beauty is safely in the hands of my new editor.)


But I loved, loved The Hunger Games! I've already picked up the second in the series, Catching Fire and plan to start it ASAP!!
Poor And the Mountains Echoed has once again been pushed aside... 
(Note to self: Read that book before the summer!)

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