Monday, January 16, 2012

Bout of Books 3.0 Wrap Up

Bout of Books

This was the second Bout of Books read-a-thon I have participated in and I think I did a pretty good job with most of my goals I was aiming to reach. Here is my updates and Goal original post --> here and you can see my daily progress. I had a lot of fun reading and meeting new people. I hope to join the next one. ^__^ So here below is my final wrap up of my full 7 days progress.

Goals I made:

  • Read 3-5 Books  I read 4 Books.
  • Read books I need to review for authors.  I read at least one of the ones I needed to read. 
  • Meets new people, make friends but most of all have fun!  Yep, a lot of nice new friends.
  • Do not get stressed out if I can not read all I would like to.   I did that, although I do wish I could have read one other book.

Books Read: (in order)
Within by Clare Marshall (for upcoming blog tour)
The Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney
The Darkest Pleasure by Gena Showalter 

The Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers by Lynn Weingarten

Number of Pages Read: 

Total Time Spent Reading: (approximately)

Bout of Book Mini Challenge's Completed: 
TBR Pile Picture and Search ( image here )
Book to movie challenge ( blog post found here )
Guess the Cover Challenge hosted by Nyx
PICTURE challenge ( image here )
Guess the Tagline Challenge by Kelly
Match the Heroine by Amber

All in all I think I did a good job at completing most of my goals I set for myself and the next one I am going to try harder to read more books and be more active. :) The important thing is that I had fun and enjoyed this read-a-thon. Thank you to all of the host's and to everyone who participated in the read-a-thon. I hope everyone had as much fun as I did. Happy Reading!

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