Readathoning Like The Wind

Friends, I thought I might as well throw my hat in the ring for the October 2012 Readathon, seeing as how I have done all of the Dewey Readathons since becoming a blogger, except for one because I had engaged in a stupid amount of grown up activities the night before. I’ve got my pile […]

April 2012 Readathon Final Update

Hola Amigos! So, I kind of feel asleep around midnight and never updated before passing out. Also, I am totally NOT beating myself up for sleeping because I have to work a health fair today at 10:30 a.m. and it’s probably best to be awake for that. The books I read before going to bed: […]

Hour 22 Challenge: Impromptu Dance Party

Wow. First, I want to congratulate you for making it THIS FAR. Seriously, you made it for 22 hours, only TWO MORE TO GO, you can do it! Second, back when I was in college, I would pull all nighters to write papers or to study or just to hang with friends. I found that […]

April 2012 Readathon Update Three

Damn, it’s been a PRODUCTIVE readathon for me so far. So it’s like the 11th hour. Holy wow. Almost HALF WAY DONE! So here’s what I’ve read since the last update: First Day On Earth by Cecil Castellucci – 150 pages and while science-fiction-y, totally reads like a contemporary book. Just Write: Here’s How by Walter […]

April 2012 Readathon Update Two

It’s been like 6 hours of readathoning! That is amazing, y’all! So here’s what I’ve read since Update One: Neversink by Barry Wolverton –  287 pages, y’all I love Walden Pond Press books AND I love a good revolution. What a great second book! After Tupac And D Foster by Jacqueline Woodson – 153 pages and […]

Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon Is BACK: And A Stack

This time of the year sort of feels like Christmas, only it comes twice a year and I’m not obligated to spend money, y’all it’s the biannual Dewey 24 Hour Readathon. That’s right, it starts Saturday at 8 a.m. for my EST time zone. I will be hosting a mini-challenge for Dewey’s Readathon towards the very […]