Here is a screenshot of p. 102 in Whole Novels for the Whole Class, which shows a barebones schedule of the typical day-to-day activities during a whole novel study. I create a pacing calendar for the novel that includes about 15 pages per day/night. This schedule, then, is for a novel of approximately 200 pages. My class periods are 50 minutes long and meet every day. In the past, when I taught 90 minute blocks, I was able to do more reading and writing every day. Currently, though, some days include just ten minutes of reading at the start of class, while other days include a 25-30 minute chunk of reading time. (For more detail, read the book, of course!)
Updated! Jossey Bass has published the complete excerpt, in which I briefly describe these day to day pieces of a whole novel study. Click through to read A View of Whole Novel Study From Start To Finish.