October 2010

Hour 3

So how’s everyone doing?! I can’t get around to all the blogs, so feel free to leave a comment letting me know what you’re reading and eating. I like to live vicariously through everyone else on the day of the readathon!

You’ll have WAY more interesting hourly posts from the hosts who will come after me. I’m not a morning person and my cinnamon rolls haven’t come out of the oven yet!


Six Word Celebration hosted by Andi from Estella’s Revenge. You’ll be coming up with six words to celebrate the readathon! Winner gets a book of their choice (up to $15) from Book Depository.

Winners Announced

Since Life As List hasn’t approved all the moderated comments, I’ll announce that winners as soon as I can see comments. The winner from Sweet Reads is Virginie from She Reads Books. Congratulations! Please email deweyreadathon@gmail.com with your choice of one book from the prizes page.

Still Ongoing

Hour 1 meme

Back-in-the-Day Children’s Book Challenge

22 thoughts on “Hour 3”

  1. Your cinnamon rolls sound much better than the egg/cheese sandwich on whole wheat that I had. I was going for the protein but would much rather have enjoyed an cinnamon roll. Next readathon!

  2. Have fun everyone!! I didn’t sign up because I can only participate for part of the day, but I’m still loving the read-a-thon! I’ve never done one of these before.

    Thanks to all for hosting. 🙂

  3. I’m having so much fun so far. Had a breakfast while I was reading the first part of Love Stargirl! I’m so excited to see what everyone else is reading so far.

  4. I’ve had lunch.
    I ate a ham sandwich and some yellow soup. I think… Yellow-ish. It was good though. It was on the fridge.

    Good luck everyone!

  5. I’m eating a combination of bagel chips, dark chocolate waffle cookies, and earlier I had veggies with ranch. Drink wise I had a bottled Frappacino, vanilla flavor and I’m currently making my way through a non-caffeinated Root Beer.

    Reading wise, I’m going through New Grub Street by George Gissing – Yay for 19th century novels I need to finish for class and write papers on. I have three of these to read this weekend anyways, so reading them, but making breaks between them with more fun books.

  6. Half way through The Search for WondLa by Tony Diterlizzi. I knew I should have taken a break at 9 a.m…. forgot all about the prizes and mini challenges!

    I’ve moved to the “den” in order to keep better track of that stuff!

  7. Congratulations, Virginie!

    I’m still on my first book, Mockingjay, but the reading time has been broken up by life for me .. still having fun with it, though!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries

    I’m about to make my mock screwdriver (orange juice and ginger ale) and grab 4-5 shortbread cookies to go with it!

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