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text 2017-09-23 03:54
30 Days of Readathon

The folks who host Dewey's 24-Hour Readathon are counting down to the 10th anniversary Readathon on October 21, 2017

 

 

More information is available at http://www.24hourreadathon.com/30-days-of-readathon/

 

I, unfortunately don't have time for the extended festivities, but am looking forward to the convergence of Halloween Bingo and Readathon

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text 2017-07-24 03:29
#24in48 Wrap-up
Kim - Rudyard Kipling,A.L. Rowse
The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World - Andrea Wulf
Dies the Fire - S.M. Stirling
I haven't been online or read as much as yesterday, but wanted to post a final tally for #24in48 July 2017 Edition
 

Hours reading print: 0.75 in The Invention of Nature and 1 hour in Kim

Hours listened to: 8.75 of Dies the Fire 

Book Reactions written: 2.  All American Boys will post Monday, The Fallen Angel will post Tuesday.

Other household tasks:  Farm Market, Grocery store, started a batch of sauerkraut, made bread, scaled Mount Washmore and Mount Foldmore, cooked stuffed grape leaves for dinner, and took care of the sick cat.

In other news: Younger son is home from a great 2 weeks at sleep-away camp and taller than ever. Ozzie has another vet appointment tomorrow.

 

That's a wrap. Good night all.

 

 

 

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text 2017-07-24 01:10
#24in48: Finished 24 hours of reading

5+ books read.  More tweets read than in the past two years (twitter is not for me but is where a lot of the Readathon action takes place).

 

Lots of reviews, reading progresses and posts to catch up on.

 

In terms of reading, went great.  Posting and reading posts, way less than usual. Which I didn't expect because I tend to keep up with all the social activity, discussions and posts in solid hour-after-hour readathons while this one let me space out the 24 hours however I wanted in a 48-hour period.  I think it's because this one seems to be mostly on individual blogs, Twitter and sites I don't use while the others I've done -- particulalry Deweys -- have been quite active on booklikes, Librarything and the mothership goodreads groups (my groups over there are basically all I do on goodreads).

 

Way, way, way less participation in whatever-hourly challenges.  (Well, with mostly ebooks nowadays e spine one wasn't for me unless I started moving boxes of stored books around and ransacking physical bookshelves -- even then, I don't think most of my book titles would work well).

 

I'm not completley surprised at how few tagged-24in48 posts I did see during the Readathon (assuming others also did more reading than posting unless they forgot to tag their posts).

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text 2017-07-23 02:28
#24in48 Nap time for me

Still doing the readathon, but pausing to snooze.

 

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text 2017-07-22 21:33
#24in48 Hour 15: Change it up?

Challenge asks: "How do you change it up when your readathon mojo is broken? Do you have an alternate plan when you’re feeling off?"

 

I walk a bit and prepare more food whether or not wanting to eat it right away.  Right now, I'm slicing and storing a watermelon.  

 

Source: 24in48.com/2017/07/22/hour-fifteen-change-it-up
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