Hour 11-I like to move it, move it!~

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Welcome to Hour 11!~

We are almost to our half way point who is excited?

Whats is your favorite read so far? Favorite snack? Favorite song?

Well this, sadly my friends, is my last post, but dont fret because I will be around twitter(@ashela23) for another hour and then back for the late evening stretch to answer questions and cheer you readers on. Along with doing some reading myself!~

You guys truely are Rocking this Read-a-Thon!~

Dont forget to go back to hour 3’s post and add your books as you finish them!~

Random Fun if your tired

Find a book. OK, you with me? Turn to chapter 4 and comment the third sentence. Go!

Just for Fun

Get up and dance!~ Now!~

Current Minichallenges

Your Favorite Trouble Maker The Fake Steph Dot Com.
E-Book Survey atย Noumena12 Book Blog.
Book Stagingย at Midnight Book Girl.


Turn the Page winner: Lindsey from Literary Lindsey

Find a Poem Challenge: Sam from Journey Through Pages.


Alrighty friends this girl is out!~ See you in a couple hours for some more reading fun!~ Until then I leave you in the capable hands of the co-host !~

23 thoughts on “Hour 11-I like to move it, move it!~”

  1. From the Cougar Club by Susan McBride:

    “Uniformed wait staff manuevered about, serving breakfast and pouring orange juice and coffee.”

    Just finished dinner now back to reading.

  2. @Melissa: Thanks ๐Ÿ˜€

    “Now, Percy thought, if he could just get a shower, a change of clothes, and some sleep, he’d be golden.”

  3. I’m staying awake by listening to songs about gummi bears so I’ll take you up on the random sentence fun. ๐Ÿ™‚

    “I had to rip myself away from her.”

  4. I love reading your comments everyone!~

    So heres my book sentence

    There is a chill in the air, a portent of the come winter, and worrying over Henry is a habit for us all.

  5. My favourite read is the first and so far only one I’ve read today because this darned book just WILL NOT END. I mean, it’s great and everything, but I want to move on to bigger and better things eventually. ๐Ÿ˜€

    And my sentence is: ‘So she’d remarried.’ Impressive, huh?

  6. My current book has an incomplete thought for the third sentence, lol, so here’s the line from the book I just finished:

    “He did not even know what he was afraid of: the fear itself possessed his whole mind, a formless, infinite misgiving.”

  7. Time for dinner.

    My sentence: Yet outside his window, the wide world still called. From Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin.

  8. “Their trees surround you, loom over you, press in from all sides.”

    from A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson

    Thanks for the Madagascar music, I love that film!

  9. “(I ought perhaps to mention that the night’s work resulted in the capture of an even dozen of German spies, that Mr. Barker recovered his health, and that Mrs. Barker was quite generous in her payment for services rendered.)”

    From The Beekeeper’s Apprentice

  10. “And it’s an age when most people are beginning to see themselves clearly, whether they like what they see or not.” A Voyage For Madmen by Peter Nichols.

    Hubby has gone to the grocery since it is clear that I am *not* making anything for dinner.

  11. “Japp became increasingly wrathful on the subject.”
    from The patriotic murders (agatha christie)

    Who is Japp ? Why is he angry ? That is the mystery I’m going to resolve to night.
    Great, isn’t it ?

  12. Mine is from Demon Glass by Rachel Hawkins

    “Mom’s eyes were red, so I knew she’d been crying, but she tried to seem cheerful as she helped Jenna and me load our luggage.”

    That’s a terrible sentence! So sad!

  13. “The hot sun glistened off his sweaty bronzed back, and a tickle of perspiration ran down the sides of his face; it darkened the sun-bleached hair plastered to his forehead.”

    from The Valley of Horses by Jean M. Auel (I’ve been reading it for the WHOLE Read-a-Thon!)

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