I’m starting out my day as the designated driver for a few teens attending a football camp at a local high school’s stadium. By the time I get them checked in I’ll have 5 straight hours of free time to properly start my participation in the 48 Hour Book Challenge. Here are the details:
- I’ll open my first book at 9 a.m. (11:00 a.m. Eastern) My backpack is filled with five titles to get me through the day – all of them having something to do with diversity. Some came off my bookshelf , two from the bookstore, and others from my favorite library.
- A mini-review of each title will be posted here. I’ll have to dash across the street to the McDonalds or Starbucks for wireless, but should have the first one up by noon..
- The plan, and I say that loosely, is to keep going until 9 a.m. Sunday morning.
- Click the logo below to connect with all the other bloggers participating. That’s it and good luck to myself! First title on the pile: FREEDOM CROSSING.
Good luck!! What are you reading first?
Freedom Crossing by Margaret Goff Clark It’s a good one!
I looked it up on Goodreads, it does look good! I’ve added it to my (incredibly long) to-read list.
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Good luck. Sounds like a fun challenge. Wish I had time because I always have at least five books I need to read.
I’m loving your reviews with the lines of the books and how they relate to diversity. Great concept! Looks like your blasting through those books too, so keep it up!
Losing a little steam with these longer books – ones that would normally take me several weeks. Only 14 hours left for me, but there is that thing called sleep I’ll need to attend to. Thanks for stopping by.