Book Events & Blog Events, Challenges

Readathon: Hours 1-6

Dewey’s 24-Hour Read-A-Thon is a bi-annual readathon, hosted at, where readers and bloggers get together and read for 24 hours, sharing their experience with others.

Book(s) read since last update: NONE. I haven’t even opened a book yet. Aaaaahhhh!  Got to start!

Thoughts on current read:  I actually had read half of Under the Never Sky before the readathon began, so that’s my current read, and I’m enjoying it!

Total books read so far: 0

Pages read since last update:  None

Total pages read so far:  
None.  Aaaaaaaahhhhh!

Amount of time spent reading since last update:
None. Man, this is starting to sound horrible!

Total time spent reading so far:
None.  And now I’m gonna start crying. No–I’ll go start reading instead!

Mini-challenges completed (running total):

Book Appetit! (Hey!  I did SOMETHING!)

Other participants I’ve visited (running total):

Prizes I’ve won:

Official Read-a-Thon page

Alright, gotta start reading.  Yep, I’m 6 hours late.  Aaaahhhh!

I adapted this template from Irish at Ticket to Anywhere.  Thanks, Irish!


  1. Shauna - Reading and Rumination

    April 27, 2013 at 7:34 pm

    Even though you got off to a little bit of a late start, you still have loads of time to rock the readathon! Good luck and happy reading!

  2. Cayce

    April 27, 2013 at 9:42 pm

    Hi Andrea! I'm here to cheer you on! :)
    You can do this!!!! Just keep your positive attitude!

    I hope you have a great readathon!

  3. rivie bleu

    April 28, 2013 at 1:23 am

    I don't think I'd be able to start so early, I'm not sure what time they all started but when I checked twitter, it was already hour 4 or something. This always happened to me, I couldn't do homework or anything related so early, or even before noon. The only way I could, is if I was already in school. But if it was the weekend or a day off, I couldn't open the books until after 3pm. I'm a night person.

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