I participated in this great event last year hosted by Rory at Fourth Street Reviews and Wendy over at Wensend.
I am thrilled to be doing it again this year!
Spring break is coming up next week, and we will be running around a bit, so I am going to choose a re-read of The Stand to conquer first, then I am hoping to read IT, even though I am literally scared to death of clowns. I am hoping it is triggered visually.
If I still have time, I am hoping to reread Bag of Bones, which I won (Yeah!) last year in the King’s March giveaway!
I also somehow managed to get my non-reader husband to agree to listen to The Stand on audiobook, but it’s a million hours long, so he might not finish until next year’s King’s March!
Maybe we can through in some good (and bad) movies too! Any suggestions?
I’ll be joining in again this year as well. I’m starting with Pet Sematary for a readalong (check out #gangstercats on Twitter for info, it’s running until Apr 15th). Then I’m thinking some short stories…maybe from Night Shift. I still didn’t read The Stand, you are right it is a million years long, and I’m talking about the book not the audio 🙂
I’m sure my fear of clowns goes back to reading IT at too young of an age. So a reread of that one is probably out of the question for me. I read Bag of Bones very recently, and really enjoyed it.
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