Introduction Meme

October 18, 2008 at 12:16 pm | Posted in Book Blather | 6 Comments

Where are you reading from today?

Cloverdale, California.

3 facts about me …

I’m doing a reading challenge this year of 400 books.  Yesterday I finished #312.

I’m really good at composing limericks.

I can read the International Phonetic Alphabet.

How many books do you have in your TBR pile for the next 24 hours?

15, for variety and because they have to last through Tuesday.  (I’m not at my own house).

Do you have any goals for the read-a-thon (i.e. number of books, number of pages, number of hours, or number of comments on blogs)?

My goal is 1000 pages and the full 24 hours.

If you’re a veteran read-a-thoner, Any advice for people doing this for the first time?

I’m not a veteran, but my advice would be to go to bed earlier the night before!

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  1. 400 books o_0

    i can’t beileve this!! You should read like real fast 🙂

    I m so AMAZED!

    1000 PAGES….another WOW!

    I really hope yu can do it!!
    International Phonetic Alphabet –> thats impressive!

    have fun..while u r at it! read on!

    3 cheers!

  2. Wow 400 books! I’m impressed at such a target. Good luck with the readathon 🙂

  3. Good luck today! I kept telling bethany to go to bed early…I should have taken my own (and yours!) advice.

  4. Jessica, I can’t see the streaming video. I sent you an email. 😦

  5. Whoa, 400 books! That’s twice as many as my goal for the year!

  6. Wow, 400 books. Wow.


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