And here we are. Another Dewey’s in the books! I didn’t make it 24 hours, but I didn’t really expect to, either. Around 11:30 last night, I decided I was too … Continue reading Dewey’s October Readathon Wrapup
Well, I’ve made it to hour twelve! And unlike most other readathons, I have spent most of the past twelve hours reading (or “reading” in the case of audiobooks). The … Continue reading Dewey’s October Readathon – Midpoint Check-in
It’s time for another Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon! I’ve had some trouble participating in readathons since we moved in January, but I’m hoping I’m back in action this time around. … Continue reading Dewey’s Readathon – October 2018
3:00pm, October 22: I tacked seven more hours onto my reading time to make up for sleeping overnight, and I finished two more books (one of which is shown below). … Continue reading Dewey’s Readathon Wrap-up (Oct 2017)
1:30pm: I finished one whole book! Fierce Kingdom is awesome, and if you’re familiar with my book reviews, you know that I rarely call a book “awesome.” It drew me through … Continue reading Readathon Check-in: One book down!
Dewey’s Readathon—10th-Birthday Edition!—starts right now, so here’s my quick kickoff post. My stack: The bullet journal progress page that I stayed up late and probably sabotaged my readathon to put … Continue reading Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon, Oct 2017
April in Massachusetts was a stop-and-start process towards spring. We heard spring peepers peeping, watched the maple trees bloom and then make itty-bitty seeds, and now we’re seeing leaves galore. … Continue reading Bookends: April 2017
Here I am, another readathon in the books. So to speak. I ended up reading from 8am Saturday until about noon on Sunday, with a 7-hour break to sleep and … Continue reading Dewey’s April 2017 Readathon Wrap-Up
Today is one of the best days of the year: readathon day! My TBR is this stack plus a download of the audio version of Anne Tyler’s Vinegar Girl, a … Continue reading Dewey’s Readathon, April 2017 Edition
My time in central Massachusetts, experiencing the discourtesy people here call “direct,” has been six years of cultural fatigue. There are things that I love about the area, but the people are consistently prickly. Yes, … Continue reading Bookends: March 2017
Well, I’ve finished my second readathon, and it was everything I expected it to be and more. I learned so many things. Here are some of them: •Audiobooks are my friend. … Continue reading October 2016 Readathon Wrap-Up
With today’s trip to the library, my Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon pile is ready for Saturday!