But it was fun! And I read things! And also, here's the questionnaire that Allie at The Classics Club has asked to be completed:
1) What book(s) did you read during the event?
-A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin - Only about 10 pages, to finish my chapter before starting something else. Not on my list.
-Broken Harbor by Tana French: Listened to about an hour while doing various things. Also not on my list but oh my goodness, IT'S SO GOOD.
-Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton: FINISHED IT! And it's on my list and everything. This was 130 pages. Review to come.
-Jacob's Room by Virginia Woolf: I read about 60 pages of this, though I was hoping to finish the measly 170 pages. Oh well. Woolf's writing was, as ever, lovely, and I lost myself in it. The falling asleep thing was not at all her fault.
2) What book(s) did you finish? Just Ethan Frome.
3) What did you like about our event? Reading with other people! It was fun reading updates and following how people were doing in real time. Also, an excuse/encouragement to read, read, read, with a focus on my Classics Club list. Though real life still interfered.
4) Do you have suggestions for future readathons through The Classics Club? Maybe try and avoid scheduling them on the same day as other readathons. The mini-readathon sounded fun too, but had a totally different theme, so I had to choose. I want to do both! (I realize that this probably wasn't intentional, just saying.) Also, maybe it could be stretched over a weekend and allow time for sleep? Like, from 8-8 Saturday and Sunday.
5) Would you participate in future readathons? Sure! I used to think readathons were crazy and had no desire to do one, but now I see how much fun they can be and how much cookie butter I get to eat! WIN!