Thanks to the lovely Michelle from the True Book Addict for hosting this read-a-thon. The general consensus is that it was a very enjoyable read-a-thon. Thank you also to everyone who hosted challenges. I have enjoyed reading people's entries to the challenges, even though I have been too busy to enter many myself (I did enter a challenge over at Oh, For the Hook of a Book).
Over the week I finished my creepy/horror fiction book (Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children), and I also managed to complete most of my research from the following five books:
Celtic Gods and Heroes, by Marie-Louise Sjoestedt
British Folk Tales, by Kevin Crossley-Holland
Tales of the Celtic Otherworld, by John Matthews
Tales from the Welsh Hills, by Ellen Pugh
Magicians and Fairies, by Robert Ingpen and Molly Perham
I am a bit of a sook, so didn't read anything majorly scary, although Miss Peregrine was a little creepy. I am pleased I achieved even that much. I am glad to have had the opportunity to have read a genre that I normally wouldn't go near, and in such a fun way.