Category: Readthons & Reading Challenges

The Off-The-Grid Readathon II

The Off-The-Grid Readathon II

Posted January 11, 2019 in Readthons & Reading Challenges // 6 Comments

Hello loves! Back in October, I participated in the first ever Off-The-Grid Readathon.  Generally speaking, I’m not big on  readathons, but I love this one.  The whole point of the Off-The-Grid readathon is to put your phone down and to read as much as possible.  Last year, I finished three books during the readathon and really enjoyed participating.  Co-hosts Shanah and Justine run this readathon four times a year… and the second one ever starts today! If you’re not busy this weekend, you’re invited! What: The Off-The-Grid Readathon Where: The comfiest reading place you know. When:  Friday, January 11th @ 12:00 […]

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Off The Grid Readathon 1.0 – How It Went

Off The Grid Readathon 1.0 – How It Went

Posted October 14, 2018 in Readthons & Reading Challenges // 5 Comments

Bonjour my loves! I wanted to check in with you about the readathon I did this weekend!  I mentioned it in passing in last week’s Weekly Tea Time for the Soul, but in short: Shanah (Bionic Book Worm) and Justine (I Should Read That) announced they’d be co-hosting a weekend readathon in October, January, April, and July.  The goal?  Stay off social media and read.  I was a huge fan of this idea, especially because I’ve been struggling with my new bookstagram.  One day last week, I spent an accumulative three hours on Instagram trying to post, promote, and insert myself […]

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I Suck at Readathons, Readathon

I Suck at Readathons, Readathon

So you guys know about how I don’t do readathons, right? I did one.  From September 18th to the 22nd!  Crazy right? Jade @ Drink Coffee and Read Books turned me on to this one, and it is so little, I couldn’t resist.  I joined in the I Suck at Readathons Readathon!  This is run by Booktuber Sam @ Sam’s Nonsense.  You can view her Video Announcement or the Official Twitter Page. Rather than go crazy and have a huge stack of books, Sam wanted to gear this readathon towards community and make the reading challenge really simply.  There’s almost zero […]

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