Saturday, 24 October 2009

Dewey's 24 Hour Read-a-Thon 2009

Okay, I'm going to attempt the Read-a-Thon for the first time today. Unfortunately, there are a few other things I will be attempting to do simultaneously so we'll see how that works. Multitasking, thy name is Patti.

So, for starters, I'm having coffee with Sylvia Plath. I thought I would begin with something short and, having never read The Bell Jar, this seemed a likely candidate.

I shall report in later with regular updates.

And, yes, for my knitting friends, I am also doing a bit of knitting whilst reading. How can I not? The knitting project is a cropped hoodie cardigan for Caitlin that I am adapting from a Knitty pattern. I'll add a link later because Sylvia is beckoning.

To all the Read-a-thon participants - Good Luck and happy reading!

Hour One – 9 - 10 am

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Total # of pages read: 0
Total # of books finished: 0
Total # of books read but not finished: 0


Anonymous said...

Enjoy your readathon and happy reading!

Susan said...

Hi Patti: I'm a cheerleader for the first time too! You're in my first group to cheer for, so, for hour one: congratulations on signing up, and I hope the next 24 hours are filled with books, and people talking about books for you! Mostly, lovely reading time for you. And may be some knitting.....

I read The Bell Jar years ago. I really liked it when I read it. I have to reread it some time soon. Not that I've forgotten it, but I want to revisit Sylvia Plath again. I hope you enjoy it!

One day I hope to be able to participate to, but my children are too young to let me have 24 hours to read....

I hope you are enjoying being part of world-wide reading event. It's awesome, and I think you are too for being part of it.

Susan said...

PS Why do I think your name is Patti? I'm so sorry! I need more tea!! sorry, Wombat!!!

Dreamybee said...

Welcome to the read-a-thon! I hope you have fun!

ccqdesigns said...

Such a great morning here in South Alabama, just the perfect time to grab that cup of coffee and read, read, read!!! So keep up the great reading and enjoy!!! Good to have a first timer!
the Transcendentalists team!

Louise said...

You've done great so far. Ready for the last stretch?! Come on. GO GO GO. Cheering for you from Copenhagen, Denmark.