April 2012, readathon

Hour 23 – Second Winds A Coming…

This is Kate from Kate’s Book Nook and I will be your cohost for the rest of the readathon! I hope that you have gotten a few of the books you planned on reading off of your list! It is scary to be that high on a stack of books (see above image).

Oh my goodness, you all, there are just two more hours of reading!!! Can you believe it! Seriously, where has all of the time gone? With only two hours left, you don’t want to give up now. Get up out of your chair and stretch out your legs. Get the blood running again. Eat a piece of fruit. Eat of a piece of chocolate (the dark kind is suppose to give you energy). We are so close that you don’t want to give up now!

Thanks to all our cheerleaders who keep us going and help us stay awake and alert!

Random Fact of the Hour:

According to German researchers, the risk of heart attack is higher on Monday than any other day of the week. So be careful this Monday… we will all be suffering from a lack of sleep. So take it easy and avoid stressful situations.

Current Mini-challenges:

Mini Dance Party at Good Books and Good Wine

Mad Lib The Hurgry Readers


Now enjoy your last few hours of reading. Read something that is light and humorous so that you don’t feel even more weighted down and tired!


19 thoughts on “Hour 23 – Second Winds A Coming…”

  1. Still awake, still going, in the home stretch with my 4th book, Shane. I hope to finish it with time to spare for the end-of -readathon survey.

    You look great, up on that mountain of books.

  2. I finished my first novel and had to take a break. I’m happy that I can now check off that book that has been languishing on my closest TBR stack for nearly a year.

  3. Thanks Kate. But we wouldn’t do it if it wasn’t fun. ;O)

    There’s a great community of book people out there. Twice a Dewey-year, it is our “job” to get to know them. Cool!


  4. Completely agree. And well put. My favorite parts of the readathon are when I am hosting and chatting with people!

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