This weekend is 24in48, or an excuse for me to spend the entire weekend reading. I’ve been in a bit of a reading slump for the last couple of weeks so this has come at a great time. If you’ve never done #24in48 before, the goal is to spend 24 hours reading over the 48 hour period. It’s not too late to sign up, and you can get more info here.
I did this for the first time back in January and loved it. This time around I have a huge list of books for blog tours, NetGalley releases, library books, books I own, and a couple of audiobooks in case I need to leave the house (they count towards the 24 hours).
Deserve to Die – This is the first book I’ve read by Miranda Rijks, but I saw a lot of great reviews for I Want You Gone a few months ago so I have a good feeling about this.
Clear My Name – I missed out on this when the first invites when I’m, so I was thrilled to get a spot when the blog tour was extended.
One Year Later – This arrived earlier today, so just in time for the weekend.
The End of the Line – This was released at the start of the month and I feel really bad that I still haven’t read it. I’m determined that I’ll read it this weekend.
We Were Sisters – I’ve read a lot of thrillers, but I’m always looking for the next one. The plot of this sounds great and I’m looking forward to starting it.
Endgame – I love a good crime thriller, in any form, and this one sounds like it has everything I want.
The Uncommon Reader – This isn’t my usual read but it’s for the book club at work. It’s short and lighthearted so it will make a good read in between the more serious books.
The Chain – I saw so much for this book before it was even released that I had to buy it. I’m so excited to finally read it and I’m hoping that it lives up to all of the hype.
The Whisper Man – This is another book that I’ve seen a lot of hype for. It sounds really eerie and I’m sure it will keep me on the edge of my seat.
Keep You Close – There have been some great reviews for this, and it’s the type of book that I usually love, so I’m hopeful that it’ll meet my expectations.
All These Worlds – I loved the first two books in the series, but I’m not quite ready for it to end so I’ve been putting off finishing the series, but it’s the perfect story to break up the weekend when I need a break.
The Fold – I got this because I liked the narrator, and realised afterwards that it’s the sequel to 14 so I’m looking forward to this.
This is a pretty ambitious reading list, and I probably won’t finish all of them, but this has made me excited for the weekend. Are you doing 24in48? Do you have a reading list for the weekend?