Friday 13 January 2012

Winter Mini-Readathon

So, I don't know about you but I've been pretty bad at reading this January. I've read like a Shakespeare play, and that one biography about him, but apart from that, not a lot has been going down in reading world, and I don't even have the excuse of having to work or anything like that because, well, jobs are in short supply. ANYWAY, that's not the point. The point is, it's been difficult to read, I reckon because I still think it's Christmas, therefore I should be staring at a TV screen stuffing Quality Street into my mouth as fast as I can unwrap them. That's how I roll.

So, to get back into a reading frame of mind, I'm taking part in Sarah Says Read's Winter Mini-Readathon next Sunday! It's a perfect, wholly low/no pressure readathon- the plan is just to read for 12 hours during the day, at whatever time you want, and, you know, just to enjoy yourself! Sarah's Summer Mini-Readathon was the very first one I took part in AND I won a prize (squeep!) and this time there are even more prizes for doing the mini-challenges. Possible prizes for reading and blogging? I think yes!

If you want to take part in this very exciting readathon* (and I know you definitely do) then go over to this post on Sarah's blog now to sign up. And just think, in 9 days we could all be reading together, actually finishing books, and having a jolly old readathon time. Can I get a woohoo, or possibly a yay?

*It just took me the longest time to think of a way to start this paragraph without saying 'so'. Because I'm a smart one!



    I think you'll find that others do not notice until it is pointed out. As was the case with me here.

    Might do this. Mayyyybe. I'm visiting my parents that weekend.

    1. Maybe- But I noticed, and I did not approve of myself! You always seem to be visiting your parents when there are readathons! Or, more accurately, you were that one time before. Co-inkydink or what?!

    2. I visit them like once a month! Usually at the end of the month! People need to stop having readathons at bad times!

    3. That is true- everyone should check with you first before having a readathon! GOD!