Dewey’s Read-A-Thon Sign-Up Post — 8 Comments

  1. Yay! Glad to know you’re joining the read-a-thon! It’s not too late to become a cheerleader. For those who don’t sign up to become cheerleaders, feel free to cheer during the event. Your books look great! I suggest adding a really short one to keep you motivated during the read-a-thon. Happy reading! 🙂

    • Good point. I pulled out the shortest book in my stacks right now: Oscar Wilde in St. Louis: Two Days in the Life of the First International Celebrity. I went to the lecture of the same name and we all told the lecturer that he should write a book about it, so here it is. 96 pages including end notes and lots of pictures.

  2. Yes, I will be joining! 😀
    Haven’t read any of the books on your pile but I’ll be checking out “The Thank you economy” (oh dear, how do I always think that my TBR-pile will shrink during read-a-thons? I gain at least double the amount of what I read! 😛
    Books I recommend: Axolotl Roadkill, The solitude of prime numbers, Hard Boiled Wonderland and The end of the World aaaand Rowing without oars.
    Fun fact about the latter, I recently found out my girlfriend’s mom translated that book from Swedish to Dutch with the help of my girlfriend! She was surprised to find it on my goodreads!

    The best of luck and enjoy the read-a-thon! 😀 *\o/*

  3. Now that you mention it, it seems like it should be required to have a bookish book in the stack for a readathon. I’m going to keep that in mind for next time. Kind of like having a personal cheerleading in your own TBR stack! (I’m on Team Panda, cheering you on!)

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