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48HBC: 16 hour mark

I've hit 16 hrs. 8min. I've got work this afternoon since today is our first day of summer reading. When I get home I'll finish Wings, but while at work I'm listening to Something Borrowed.

I'm learning I really need to learn to read faster!:)


  1. Congrats! 16 hours alreadt! I can't believe you have such great books to read. ;D

  2. The audiobook idea was brilliant! I think I would get impatient since listening to a book takes much longer than reading one, but it's the perfect idea for this sort of thing where you want to multitask. And I'd love to hear what you think of Wings considering all the attention it has been getting.


  3. I'm rooting for ya. I am doing me best, too.

  4. Good luck with summer reading! That first day's probably super intense (I know ours was).


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