There's a trend in the Armadaverse. A good number of you have said on the official Facebook page that you read through all the current books just prior to a new release.
This is the ultimate guide to surviving a read-through Armadathon!
1: Aim to Live
Let's face it: you're going to be in one place for a while and you're not going to want to move. If you're not inclined to actually sit on the lavatory while you read, at least try to build your nest somewhere nearby.
You may also benefit from a convenient supply of food and drink, to prevent unwanted death. Whether you go for Steak Shalleon or a simple ceviche, be sure to have it close to hand.
2: Protect Yourself
Cushions. Blankets. Maybe a neck pillow. All of these will protect your weak human body from aches and sinister tingling. The added benefit of a quilt or duvet is that you can pull it up under your nose when those Rasas start to get creepy.
Don't forget to give your Kindle, tablet, or holo a top-up charge beforehand, or you'll have to leave your comfortable spot sooner than you think. And then the skulkers will get you.
You may also find it advantageous to create a small minefield around your position.
3: Engage Stealth
Everyone you know is bound to databurst you the moment you get to a good bit. You can prepare for this by opening your holo and setting your WhatsApp status to "Reading Armada Wars — sod off."
Anyone who comes to your door is almost certain to be an enemy infiltrator. Don't let them in. Don't even shout "go away", or they will know you're there. You'll be humming inanely before you know it.
4: Stop for Nothing
You are a Tanker. You are the juggernaut of reading. Let nothing stand in your way.
Dog wants its dinner? Shut up, dog. Cat stands on the page? Launch it out the airlock. The other half says blah blah quality time blah? Maybe it's time to separate.
Just think to yourself, "what would Throam do?"
5: Leak it on the Network
The crew of the Leo Fortune showed us there are some things people just have to know. So don't keep your epic marathon to yourself. Tweet that business. Mark the books off on Goodreads. If you're so inclined, prove your veteran status in a review. Trumpet it out to the many worlds.
After all, you survived. Your legend must be preserved.