Dewey’s 24-Hour #Readathon – A Spooky Good Time!

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Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon has officially started!  I stumbled out of the bedroom at 4:30 am so I would have time to make a giant bowl cup of tea.  I’ll be posting my updates every 8 hours, assuming my scary reads keep my eyes wide and my senses on high alert.

  • What fine part of the world are you reading from today? I’m in Emeryville, CA.
  • Which book in your stack are you looking forward to the most? White is for Witching by Helen Oyeyemi.
  • Which snack are you looking forward to the most? I’ve got a package of Newman O’s with my name on it!
  • Tell us a little something about yourself!  Here are 20 somethings about myself.  Also, I’m a Volunteer Coordinator for a literacy non-profit called Reading Partners.  It is the best job I have ever had.
  • If you participated in the last readathon, what’s one thing you’ll do different today?  I’ll be trying out the Bingo challenge in the Goodreads group.

I usually put my TBR here, but the link to my pile of spooky reads is up above and currently stands at 66 books tall.  I might also switch things up a bit with a couple of creepy graphic novels and some frightening audio books that didn’t make it on the list.

My first update will be at 1 pm.  I’ll be tracking how many pages I read and any books I finish.  I’ll also include snacks I’ve nommed, and any musical earworms that have gotten into my head.

Whether you’re participating in the readathon or not, what book(s) are you currently reading? 

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