DAY 1: 172 Pages read - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
DAY 2: 185 Pages read - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows *BOOK COMPLETED*
+: 17 Pages read - The Oxford Book of Modern Verse
+: 23 Pages read - City of Bones
DAY 3: 61 Pages read - City of Bones
DAY 4: 18 Pages read - City of Bones
DAY 5: 52 % (54 Pages?) read - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
DAY 6: 48 % (55 Pages?) read - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz *BOOK COMPLETED*
+: 25 % (45 Pages?) read - The Great Gatsby
+: 18 Pages read - City of Bones
DAY 7: 70% (135 Pages?) read - The Great Gatsby *BOOK COMPLETED*
+: 8 Pages read - City of Bones
Total: 791 Pages read!
On Sunday I managed to finish reading The Great Gatsby which meant although I abandoned my TBR for the week I still managed to read 3 books this week like I planned originally! Seeing as though normally I read about 1 book per week (give or take, never more than 2 though unless I'm in a particular hard-core reading mood) I am really happy with how the week went, especially with everything else that was going on!
As you can see above, the 3 books I managed to complete were Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and The Great Gatsby. An added bonus is I have a feeling The Great Gatsby is one of the books we might be studying for English Literature A-Level so I feel like I've been productive by reading it! (I really should be reading more of the ones of the reading list but there's so many others I want to read!)
If you took part in the readathon, how did you do? If not, you should attempt it next time, I really enjoyed it and I felt as though there was absolutely no pressure with Bout of Books as their blog says the aim is to just read more than you normally would in a week whereas some other readathons set goals for you. For me personally, I can never tell whether I'm going to be in the mood to read a lot or not at all so Bout of Books was perfect for me! I'll definitely be keeping up with when the next one is!
That's my first readathon (lets ignore the booktube readathon, it didn't go to plan...) complete! I'd say that was a success!