Readathon.

It couldn’t have come at a better time, really. It’s midnight and time for me to take myself to bed, though I’ve only been awake since 2:30pm thanks to being awake for —- man, I hate math – 21.5 hours prior. For anyone who’s interested in what the Readathon looks like for me, below is a link to the wrap-up post, or you can just go to FolioFiles to see that as well as my mini-challenges and sporadic Readathon updates.

If you’re a reader of any sort, particularly if you feel like you never have enough time to read, I encourage you to join us in October – you don’t need to dedicate the full 24 hours, so don’t feel dissuaded by that! I only began participating in this particular event a few years ago, but I noticed that it seemed to be losing steam as far as advertising, hosting, cheering, and prize donation go this time around. I really don’t want to see it go away and am making it a priority to set aside time and funds to contribute and not just participate in the future.

Oh, you wanted the link to my wrap-up post? Right. Here you go. :)

Readathon Wrap on FolioFiles


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