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While my first love was SF, I read widely in YA, urban fantasy, police procedurals, middle-grade, and non-fiction.
6 days from now I expect to be ensconced on my couch eyeball deep in Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon!!! And while there’s no way that I can do without sleep and read for 24 hours straight, I think (crosses her toes) I have cleared my calendar enough have a good shot at meeting my personal goal of 12 hours of reading.
I’m not sure what mood will strike me, but I’ve got a whole house full of books to choose from!
Fiction on hand that I’ve been itching to read
I am hoping that I can make one of the books I read fit into Booklikes-opoly.
Many people use graphic novels as a change of pace/mood. I’ve made it a tradition to use the Readathon as an excuse to indulge in picture books, since my sons are well past that age. I will be getting this year’s Caldecott Medal Winner Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat by Javaka Steptoe and a number of other Caldecott Honor and Cybils picture book award winners out of the library this week in preparation.
Signup link is: http://www.24hourreadathon.com/?p=6993
I won’t be on Twitter, but plan to check in periodically both here and on the Dewey’s Readathon Goodreads group. If you let me know that you’re also participating or use the Readathon tag, I’ll drop by to cheer you on!