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High Summer Read A Thon

#HSreadathon

Time for another readathon, and with its long hot days, summer is the perfect time for one!

Michelle over at Seasons of Reading is hosting once again. 

This one is 2 weeks long, July 17 - 30, and sure to give us plenty of time to knock a few books off our TBRs. I'm a slow reader, but I remain hopeful!

The line up of suspects for this readathon are:



Her Best Laid Plans by Cara McKenna
Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult
Shanghai Girls by Lisa See 

Unlike past readathons, these are all authors I've read before, so I know I'll be able to jump right in.

Check out Season of Readings here, and who knows, maybe you'll consider joining in on the fun! 

Oh, and P.S.: There are prizes to be had!

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