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Hour 7: Don’t Quit Reading

It’s Courtney here from Stiletto Storytime. This is my last hour as host but do not fret we are not quitting you! Next up is the spectacular Deb so you will be in good hands. Someone on Twitter was trying to lure me into a nap so I just want to make sure everyone is awake….all almost 500 of you from all over the world! How amazing is that? So get up jump around, dance but don’t QUIT reading!

  I am off to do some reading but first…dance break.

  But before I leave my winner from the Reading Companion Comment Giveaway is Patti from Reading Distractions. Congratulations! Please e-mail me at stilettostorytime@gmail.com to claim your prize. Thanks to the wonderful Heather Vogel Frederick  for making this prize possible and thanks to everyone who shared who they were reading with. The pictures you shared were a much appreciated and welcome surprise.  Happy reading to all.

Mini Challenges

Read-a-Thon Mad Libs from Nisaba Be Praised

Still Ongoing

Blackout Poetry from Elizabeth-Michelle

Through the Tea Leaves from Katrina’s Reads

Door Prize Winners Announced –

Hanna from Booking in Heels

Charlie from The Worm Hole

E-mail deweyreadathon@gmail.com to claim a prize from the Prize Page!

Cheerleader Winner

Elizabeth

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14 thoughts on “Hour 7: Don’t Quit Reading”

  1. I could not help it. The first time I saw this video I was like that has to be used for readathon! This is my first time hosting when it is daylight for me. The first time I hosted was at like midnight to 3 or 4 am….I needed stuff like this! 😉

  2. You are welcome Caro! Thanks for hanging in with me the entire time and congrats on the door prize win….hope you get something fab to read for next readathon. 🙂

  3. Great video! I just finished a book and am going to take a short break. No dancing but maybe a shower and some lunch. That gal on the video has some moves! If I had those moves, I’d be dancing too!

  4. While I could perhaps do a few more challenges, it is tricky. A lot of the books I read is in swedish so the black-out poems and spine poetry would be jibberish to most of you here :-p
    I done a few though!

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