Also on GoodReads as J L's Bibliomania:
and Litsy @jlsbibliomania
While my first love was SF, I read widely in YA, urban fantasy, police procedurals, middle-grade, and non-fiction.
Hour 9 or so. It was mid-afternoon. The MTG Game day was running slower and longer than I expected, I had a headache and I had only gotten about 1.5 hours of Readathon. Thankfully, my family was willing to drop out of the losers bracket after round 3 and come home.
As with the past Readathons, I recommend having a few picture books around for change of pace.
Experiment with post-Readathon book discussions or Skype/video hangouts
I like the list of participants and appreciate that you sorted it by blogs/Instagram/Twitter. I am looking forward to mining the list later for blogs and people to follow.
I read 3 picture books (96 pages), half of a graphic novel (103 pages), an audio short story and 269 of 482 pages in a SF novel.
I didn’t track carefully enough to tell if I met my personal goal of spending 6 hours reading, but I definitely spent more than 6 hours out of the last 24 participating in Readathon related activities so count this goal as achieved.
Graphic Novel/Comic Book
From The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes and Nocturnes
Stick and Stone and The Rook
Very likely to participate again as a reader and cheerleader.
I also have participated in #24in48 and recommend that folks who like Dewey’s Readathon check them out for more bookish fun.
Happy Reading and see y'all next time.