Read-A-Thon: Finit

So in the end:

  • I read for almost 7 hours
  • Cheered for 5 hours
  • Completed two books
  • Finished more than half of a third
  • Completed a short story
  • Slipped into unconsciousness twice Took two naps
  • Had meals out twice
  • Took one bubble bath
  • Nodded of more times than I can count


  • Read for 6 hours and 45 minutes
  • Read 385 pages
  • Completed The House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros
  • Finished Prayers for Sale, by Sandra Dallas
  • Got 2/3 of the way though The Obama Revolution, by Alan Kennedy-Shaffer
  • Completed The Birds, by Daphne du Maurier (short story)
  • Completed o challenges, tweets, etc and is in awe of those who could keep up
  • Had an unquantifiable amount of fun
  • Is immensely tired, but wired.

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  1. Good job. Fun reading this post. The Read-a-Thon was fun too. Thanks for being a Cheerleader. That was so helpful to me, the reader. Next time I’m going to spend some time doing that. I know how much it meant to me.

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  2. The nap and bubble bath are nice ways to break from reading. I didn’t get to participate this time but I read on and off all day at the beach, in Hawaii! 🙂

    1. No worries! There was so much going on that day. I had thought I would get more accomplished as well, but it just didn’t happen.