BOUT OF BOOKS 30
Day 4 recap
The Bout of Books readathon is organized
by Amanda Shofner and Kelly Rubidoux Apple.
It’s a weeklong readathon that begins Monday, January 4th
and runs through Sunday, January 10th in YOUR time zone.
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and exclusive Instagram challenges,
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Here is what I read on DAY 4:
I forgot that the first Bout of Books of the year is always difficult, because it’s the week I celebrate my own Christmas (Christian Orthodox Nativity, on January 7), so more Church time, and less reading.
- The Romanov Sisters = 29 pages
Total for Day 4: 29 pages
TOTAL so far: 173 /525
Here is what I read on DAY 3:
Another unusual day, so little reading done
- Audiobook: The Book of Psalms = 1H16 = 27 pages – FINISHED
- The Romanov Sisters = 18 pages
Total for Day 3: 45 pages
TOTAL so far: 164 /525
Here is what I read on DAY 2:
Well, unexpected eye doctor visit, so afterwards I couldn’t really read. So instead I only listened to my current audiobook for an hour.
- Audiobook: The Book of Psalms = 1H = 23 pages
Total for Day 2: 23 pages
TOTAL so far: 119/525
Here is what I read on DAY 1:
- Gaspard = 23 pages – FINISHED
- The Romanov Sisters:= 22 pages
- Les grands cerfs = 15 pages
- Audiobook: The Book of Psalms = 1H54 = 36 pages
Total for Day 1: 96 pages
TOTAL so far: 96/525
I’m setting my goal at 525 pages, that is, 75 pages per day.
Here are the books I plan to read from. Some I’m currently reading.
- The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra (The Romanov Sisters #2), by Helen Rappaport
- Gaspard, a short story sent by a friend for review – FINISHED
- Les Grands Cerfs, by Claudie Hunzinger
- Psalm 118: Commentary by Theophan the Recluse
- Audiobook: The Book of Psalms (Bible)
- Audiobook: C’est arrivé la nuit, by Marc Levy
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