Category: Reading Event

Genesis 25-42 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Two: Genesis 25-42 This second week of reading Genesis continued to provide rich history and rich stories of characters that turn out to be more than they appear. Last week, I mentioned my annoyance with the Bible writers’… Continue Reading “Genesis 25-42 #2018BibleRBR”

2018 Reading the Bible as Literature Event

Welcome to the Sign-Up Post for the 2018 Reading the Bible Event! About the Event: The Christian bible is one of the most influential texts in western literature. As someone who reads literature for pleasure/edification and who teaches Literature in English at the college… Continue Reading “2018 Reading the Bible as Literature Event”

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”

TKAM Read-Along: Part 1 (Ch. 1-11) (#MockingbirdReads)

Hi, Everyone! This is the first check-in post for our read-along of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. In this post, we cover chapters 1-11 (or “Part One” of the book). Check-in #2 will cover chapters 12-21 and will go live on Thurs., July… Continue Reading “TKAM Read-Along: Part 1 (Ch. 1-11) (#MockingbirdReads)”

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