Category: Read-a-thon

#Readathon Challenge: Halloween Story Swap

THE HALLOWEEN STORY SWAP Welcome to my mini-challenge for this year’s Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon! First things first, you must be a registered participant of the 24-Hour Readathon happening today in order to be eligible to win the prize. Now that that’s done: what is the… Continue Reading “#Readathon Challenge: Halloween Story Swap”

10 Years of #Readathon!

Hour 15: Quick Update (7:00pm Pacific Time) Pages Read: 307 Books Completed: 2 (The Story of My Life by Helen Keller & Welcome to Dead House by R.L. Stine) Books Reading: 1 (Letters to a Young Writer by Colum McCann) Hour 12 – Midway!… Continue Reading “10 Years of #Readathon!”

Dewey’s #Readathon Updates!

        Today, I’m participating in Dewey’s 24-hour readathon. Haven’t heard of it? Find all you need to know right here! UPDATE 3: 10:30PM (HOUR 16) Books Completed: 2.5 Pages Read: UPDATE 2: 2:30PM (HOUR 8) Books Completed: 1.5 Pages Read: 462… Continue Reading “Dewey’s #Readathon Updates!”

Classics Club Readathon #ccreadathon

Today, I’m participating in the Classic Club’s second annual Classics Readathon.  I plan to return to this post throughout the next 24-hours and make updates (as I feel like it), and also to update it at the end of the 24-hours, which would be… Continue Reading “Classics Club Readathon #ccreadathon”

Classics Club Readathon #1

As many of you know, I’m one of the moderators of The Classics Club.  Today marks our very 1st Readathon!  Clubbers around the world will be spending 24-hours reading books from their lists of Classics (Here’s my list, if you’re curious!).   The reading… Continue Reading “Classics Club Readathon #1”

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