Time Spend Reading: 3 hours. I started timing myself, but I'm not in the habit, so I'm sure I missed some time spent reading.
Pages I Read: 139 and 18 minutes of an audio book.
16 from Indelible (The Twixt #1) by Dawn Metcalf
123 from The Evolution of Mara Dyer (Mara Dyer #2) by Michelle Hodkin
18 Minutes from audio of Through to You by Emily Hainsworth
Number of Books I Read: 0 yesterday, 1 total
Blogs I Visited: 5
Coffee Bean Bookshelf
Music Plus Books
Of Nowhere Land
The Book Tower
Reading in Winter
Twitter Visited: none. I ended up not being home for the chat. I fail.
Bout of Books Participation (not reading): 2
TBR List Challenge @ Musings of a Bookship Girl
Book Spine Poetry @ Such a Novel Idea
I actually expected to get more reading done yesterday, and I failed, which makes me kind of mad at myself. I hope today is better. I started listening to an audio book to maximize my time. For example. Once I get off the metro (where I am reading), I have about a 10 minute walk to work. Instead of listening to music, I will listen to my audio-book. Also, this weekend when I have to clean, I will listen to my book then. I'm not sure I will be able to finish it, but I can try! I am going to try to do a better job of tracking my time spent reading. I have been doing a pretty bad job of it. I have been meeting my reading goals, but I haven't been meeting my time goals. I also really need to participate in twitter!
The wedding dress is really hard to see, but it looks like a wedding dress on the right side, there is a bouquet, so I am thinking the dress is a wedding dress. The combat boots are a guess. They could be worker boots, but I can't tell, and it was the closest I could get to combat boots. So annoying, there are covers where the feet are cut off that you KNOW they are wearing combat boots. Some of these were HARD!
Summer Prince--Brazil (I've been there 3 times so far)
Anna--France (I love it)
Name of the Star--London (I would live there if I could)
Dash & Lily--New York (Maybe my favorite city in the U.S.)
Lola--San Francisco (Tied with NYC. I can never decide which one I like more)
I had a hard time finding any YA books that take place in Hawaii, which I love. I read one when I was a kid, Follow That Boy, but it is along out of print, with no cover image. I also didn't think I would have any luck finding a YA book that took place in Curacao or South Africa.