So, this was a crazy day for me. Let's wrap it up. Here are my answer's to Sarah's questions:
99 pages of The Avenger by P. C. Cast.
2. About how many hours were you able to read for? (Were there many distractions, breaks, etc?)
Approximately an hour and a half. I had this other thing that took longer than expected and I was beat afterwards due to driving around all day and stuff, so I'd have probably just gone to bed if it hadn't been for the mini-readathon. It was a good motivation for reading, so basically 99 pages in an hour and a half is a success to me.
3. Do you have any likes/dislikes about the 12-hour readathon, compared to a 24-hour readathon?
I haven't done any 24-hour event yet because I virtually can't dedicate so much of my time in one day, so 12-hour readathon is great. It's easier to fit 12 hours somewhere in my schedule.
4. Favorite and least favorite books that you read today?
I read just approximately one third of The Avenger by P. C. Cast, so I can't talk about favourites. So far, I love this book.
5. Do you have any suggestions for things you’d like me to do differently if I host another mini-readathon?
Not one I can think of right now. I am looking forward to another one (if you decide to host one). I hope I don't have anything else on the same day, so I can fully enjoy it.
I had fun this time too, despite being tired and not having enough time to do a proper 12-hour readathon. I loved your challenges ideas, although I only did three - I'm still figuring out how to save a wordle screenshot (either I'm doing it wrong, or my computer is too messed up to obey me, probably both). Jenn's challenge - to cast a book your reading - is interesting, I have perfect faces in my mind for the characters in The Avenger, but I suck at remembering actor's names and i don't have time to search through the web.
Overall, I had a great time. Thanks for hosting this, Sarah!