Guys, the 24 in 48 readathon is back. I mean, I’m sure you guessed that by the title of this post, but it’s back this weekend and I have decided that I’m going to (kinda) take part! I did this last year at around the same time for the first time, and although I haven’t read as much this year as I did last January, I am looking forward to putting aside some time to read some quality books! Unlike last January, I am off this weekend, so I will be free to actually read (life aside).
D’you ever get that feeling? Y’know, the cold weather is here, the wet weather is here, Christmas is over, you’re feeling poor, and you’re desperately searching for a light in the middle of it all? Well, I bring you said light. My favourite readathon is back! Bout of Books 21, wow, 21, can you believe it?! I’ve lost count of how many of these wonderful readathons I’ve now taken part in, I think this might be my tenth?! I am very excited for the New Year, and for this fun, low-key readathon and community to be back.
Bout of Books is a great online readathon, and community, and for the last week in August we’re picking up our books (whatever books you want to read) and reading them at your own pace (I mean it, whether you read a book a day, or a page a week), we’re chatting on twitter, and we’re having a laugh. C’mon, join us, you know you want to!
Soooo….I’m a little late getting this post out into the world, but I love a good readathon and I love a chunky book, so Tome Topple is right up my street. Tome Topple, the readathon when bibliophiles like myself get all of our biggest books and attempt to read/weight lift these tomes together. It’s my third Tome Topple readathon, and last time (click here to view my posts from last time) I managed to read a couple of long books that I’d been meaning to for a while, but this time, well, it’s a bit more of a struggle. I don’t have that many unread tomes on my shelves, and even fewer that I want to imminently read, which is why I think I forgot to initially sign up! Continue reading
I have been looking for a suitable readathon for a little while. Something to help me read some different books, to get me back on the reading track, and engaging with other readers and bloggers. I absolutely loved #TheReadingQuest over the summer, and fell in love with the premise and the variety that it offered. I found it it made read new things, and made me more accountable for what I was actually reading. The House Cup Reading Challenge is similar in that it awards points for reading challenges, and has a core underlying aim (here to finish Hogwarts) while earning points towards a goal. It’s all very exciting!
Lauren of Live, Love, Read; Alex of Book Daisy Reviews; Kelsey of Kelsey’s Cluttered Bookshelf; and Erica of Escape Under the Cover, are hosting a brilliant readathon and are inviting fellow book readers and Harry Potter fans on an adventure as we tackle our TBRs! Now let’s get to the fun part… Continue reading
The sun is shining, the world is gleaming, because my favourite readathon is back! Bout of Books 20 is round the corner, and I am too excited, like ridiculously excited. Probably too excited. Bout of Books 20, wow, I can’t believe we’re hitting 20 already! What is it all about I hear you cry (into the wind)? Well, I’ve been made an expert on all things Bout of Books, so here’s the deal: It’s fun, friendly, low-key, and most of all, it’s all about you.
Bout of Books is a great online readathon, and community, and for the last week in August we’re picking up our books (whatever books you want to read) and reading them at your own pace (I mean it, whether you read a book a day, or a page a week), we’re chatting on twitter, and we’re having a laugh. C’mon, join us, you know you want to.