Winter 24in48 Readathon

This is my second time to join the 24in48 Readathon. How this works? Very simple. You only need to read as many books as you can in 24 hours for two days-- January 22 to 23, 2017. It's up to you how you will divide the 24 hours for the two-day readathon duration. I did a 12-hour per day schedule. For more details, you can visit https://24in48.com/.

Last time I think I read about 7 books. This time I only got to read three books. I wasn't able to post any updates on my progress so I decided to just write a post of how I did this time.

I read two ebooks and one paperback.


Title: The Prometheus Man 
Author: Scott Reardon
Published: January 24, 2017
Publisher: Mulholland Books
Format: Ebook
Number of Pages: 352 pages
Source: Netgalley
Genre: Medical Thriller










I think this is my first time to read a Scott Reardon. I enjoyed this book very much. I will post a review soon. This is like a Robin Cook book. 


Title: B.U.G.
Charlie Jones Volume 1
Author: TJ Slee
Published: February 13, 2016
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 302 pages
Source: Author Giveaway
Genre: Spy Thriller, Espionage









This is my second time to read a TJ Slee. I first read Cloister which is book two of Charlie Jones. I got this copy through Goodreads. The author posted asking if anyone wants a copy of his book and I readily replied that I wanted one because I have read Cloister. I also had a great time reading this one. I think I like Charlie Jones now after reading this book. After reading Cloister, I wasn't sure if I like her. 

Title: When It Hits You
It Series Book 1
Author:  Nicki Elson
Published: January 25, 2017
Publisher:
Format: Ebook
Number of Pages: 217 pages
Source: Author
Genre: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary, Happy Ever After








This is also my second story from Nicki Elson. The first one I read was When It Holds You which I got from the author through Librarything.com. I also got the second book from the author as a freebie. I liked this story better than When It Holds You.