Bout of Books 16: Day Four





Number of pages I’ve read today: 40

Total # of pages read: 392

Books I read from today: The Bird and the Sword

Books I finished: The Woman in Cabin 10

#todayinsixwords: slow start – fantasy isn’t my jam

Started a new book last night, and went with one that wasn’t even on my original BoB list (shocker). The Bird and the Sword was surprise released this week, and after seeing so much love for it from fellow bloggers and Tarryn Fisher, I decided to try it. When the mood strikes, ya know? I’m one of the few who hasn’t read an Amy Harmon book and feel like I’m missing out. Well, I don’t read much fantasy these days, so these types of books are always a little slower for me to get into with all the funky names to get used to, and the weird world building to get a grasp on. It’s interesting so far, and right before I stopped reading last night it started getting pretty good. Unfortunately I was just too tired to keep going!


If You Like This, Try This.
Since we all love recommending books, here’s your chance to share the love.

If you enjoyed The Sky is Everywhere or Eleanor & Park

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Then read Tell Me Three Things

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This is one of my favorite books this year, and favorite YA books ever. Can’t recommend it enough!

I also tweeted about it here.


Number of pages I’ve read today: 134

Total # of pages read: 352

Books I read from today: The Woman in Cabin 10

Books I finished: The Woman in Cabin 10

#todayinsixwords: happy that I finished one book!

Finished my first BoB book last night! And it was delightfully creepy and awesome. Definitely recommend it! Now I’m having a hard time deciding what to start next. One book that I’m considering wasn’t even on my original list. Gah, decisions!


Pick the topic of your choice and share your 5 favorite books that fit. Topics could be a favorite genre, a favorite trope, book boyfriends, or ANYTHING.

I chose posting a picture on Instagram of 5 favorite books of all time.



Number of pages I’ve read today: 28

Total # of pages read: 218

Books I read from today: The Woman in Cabin 10

#todayinsixwords: just didn’t have energy to read

Still not feeling the greatest and wasn’t able to read too many pages last night before I fell asleep. The good news is that I love this book, and I can just tell something big is about to happen. I’m excited to pick it back up, and hopefully finish it today. And hopefully today will be a better reading day for me!


Show Off Your Shelves Photo Challenge. I shared my photo on Instagram & Twitter.




Number of pages I’ve read today: 190

Books I read from: The Woman in Cabin 10

#todayinsixwords: this book is creepy as hell

I’m fighting a wicked sinus infection, but thankfully I’m on antibiotics that are starting to kick in this morning. The only plus side to being sick was that I managed to read quite a bit of my book yesterday in between naps – it was the only thing to keep my mind off of feeling like crap. And this book is really good – creepy and suspenseful and hard to put down.


Introduce yourself on Twitter, Instagram, or on the blog post using six words, no more, no less. Use the hashtags #boutofbooks and #insixwords

I posted on Twitter


THE Books

I’ll be posting daily updates and participating in any challenges I can.  Hope everyone participating has a great week! If you want to still sign up, you can do so here.

So, we know I’m a moody reader, and picking a TBR pile is usually a wasted effort. But, it’s still fun to do anyway. Here are the books I’d like to read.

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1. Read as much as I can every day – lunch breaks and after my daughter goes to bed.

2. Finish one book.

3. Check in with other readathoners on blogs, Twitter, & Instagram.

4. Post an update each day.

5. Participate in one of the Twitter chats.

6. Have fun!



5 thoughts on “Bout of Books 16: Day Four

  1. Yvo says:

    I hope the story will pick up for you soon! Some books are just harder to get a proper feeling for. I have both The Woman In The 10 and Tell Me Three Things on my wishlist on your recommendation; I can’t wait to get my copies. 😀

  2. Kathy Reads Fiction says:

    I’m starting The Bird and the Sword (hopefully) on Sunday, and I know it will be just as good as her other books. I’m so happy you’re introducing yourself to Amy Harmon!! Yay! I can’t wait to see what you think.

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