Time for this month’s review-a-thon hosted by Brianna at The Book Vixen. I have a goal to get to the point where I’m writing my book reviews within a day or two of finishing the book. If I ever reach that goal, I won’t need review-a-thons any more. But, until then, the review-a-thon is my best tool to get there.
Here are the outstanding books that I want to write reviews for on Friday and Saturday:
Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky Scheduled for March 4
Fluency by Jennifer Foehner Wells
Do the Work! by Steven Pressfield Scheduled for March 19 Now You See Me by S.J. Bolton Scheduled for March 5
I may also finish one or both of Happier at Home by Gretchen Rubin and Night Sky by Suzanne Brockmann and Melanie Brockmann in time to work on those reviews.
I have plans for both Friday and Saturday, but I’m hoping to get in a few hours of review work on both days.
Will you be joining us? Sign up at The Book Vixen!
Oh… I am not familiar with the Review-a-thon, but I should take advantage!
I have completed sixteen books since the first of the year. I have written short reviews in my own journal, but I have not posted anything to the blog.
The weather this weekend is supposed to be horrible, perhaps it is a good time to participate in this timely event.
Good luck with the reviews!! 🙂
Instead a review-a-thon, I need a read-a-thon! 🙂 I haven’t been reading. It’s time for me to change that. Good luck with your goals. I hope you achieve them.
Good luck with your goals! Getting these reviews over with feels great 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! Happy reading and reviewing!
I’m home alone all weekend and I’m dedicating myself to reading and writing reviews. And maybe some binge TV watching too.
Great progress so far! Thanks for joining me again 🙂
Good luck with the reviews! I’m looking forward to your review of Making Ideas Happen – I liked parts of it but overall it wasn’t really the book for me.
You got them all done! ^5
Ohhhh I’m always late for these activities!