I read for 22 hours, social media-ed for at least three hours, and probably spent a good 30 minutes wandering around the house looking for the book I was reading, and cursing (there were lots of interruptions, and sometimes I remember to leave my book where I was sitting, but often I don't, and leave them on top of the toaster, or on the tv, etc.)
I read nine books, and part of three more--3118 pages. Last time I read for 35 hours, but only got through 3706 pages....dunno why (they must have been less generously spaced). And in my finish line post last year I also proudly posted that I didn't misplace a single book. Humph.
A Nest for Celeste, by Henry Cole, 150 pages (it technically has more, but there were so many illustrations this is all I'm giving myself) (thoughts in post below)
A Time To Dance, by Robina Beckles Willson 192 pages (ditto)
The Heart is Not a Size, by Beth Kephart 243 pages (ditto)
Sorcery and Cecelia by Patricia C. Wrede and Caroline Stevermer 316 pages (I can't believe I had this sitting on my shelf unread for the last five years. What was I thinking?)
Falling In, by Frances O'Roark Dowell 245 pages (reviewed below)
The Year of the Bomb, by Ronald Kid 195 pages (a tad disappointing, but I often don't really like books where the characters spend a lot of the time being anxious/angry/tense, like these guys were)
Rescue in Ravensdale, by Esme Cartmell 237 pages (this was perhaps my favorite--full review to come)
The Heavenward Path, by Kara Kalkey, 222 pages (full review to come)
Ivy's Ever After, by Dawn Lairmore, 311 pages (full review to come)
And I also read 267 pages of Eyes Like Leaves, by Charles De Lint. (his fourth book, written years and years ago...spells druid "dhruide", describes someone's eyes as having "alabastrine" irises, and includes a "greybeard" named Puretongue....Yet despite lots and lots of this sort of thing, especially at the beginning, it is not entirely un-compelling. But I don't think I'll be finishing it).
Finished these two, for 340 pages:
Firestorm, by David Klass (three posts down)
The Game of Sunken Places by M.T. Anderson (ditto)
so a bit short of my goals --30 hours, 15 books. But, as noted above, there were interruptions....at least the tbr pile has made good progress, and I read some good books!