Juliababyjen’s Reading Room and Dana Square are hosting a Read-A-Thon from December 9th to December 22nd! I’m very excited about this last Read-A-Thon so here’s what it’s all about:
“If you are anything like me you have a huge stack (or even bookcases) full of book you haven’t read. Did you have a goal for how many books you wanted to read during the year? Are you behind like I am?
Then this is the perfect time to read as much as you can before the new year!
Why should you participate?
1. To chisel off some of your TBR pile.
2. Do all the fun challenges and win some prizes.
3. Encourage others to read like a speed demon (and yourself) + reading with others is loads of fun.
So let’s get in our last books of 2013 together in the #ReadingCram !
Listed below are all the things you need to know and the linky to sign up!”
Check out both of their websites to check out all the info and I will try to be participating in most/all of the challenges which include:
Dec. 9 TBR Challenge (Hosted by Juliababyjen)
Dec 10 Teaser Challenge –Open the current book you are reading to a random page and post 2 sentences on Twitter or Facebook and leave the link Hosted by Tanya@Book Loving Hippo
Dec 12 Spine Poetry–using any books you’ve read in 2013–leave a link of pic
Dec 13 Favorite Book-to-Movie Release in 2013–post on Twitter or Facebook, leave a link Emily @ Falling for YA
Dec 14 Seasonal Challenge (must be books read in 2013) post links
Recommend a book good for a snow day
Recommend a book good for a rainy day
Recommend a book good for a beach day
Recommend a book good for a spooky night
Dec 15 Twitter Synopsis Challenge–pick any book read in 2013, and describe the book using only 166 characters. May do on any social site, leave link Cindi @Mommasez
Dec. 16 Movie cast challenge–pick any book read in 2013, and create a real life cast of characters–post links Hosted by Alex @ Book Chick
Dec 17 Song Challenge–pick any book read in 2013, and choose a song(s) that best describes the book. You can even create a playlist if you want!–post links to songs (youtube, spotify, etc)
Dec 18 Post a Review Challenge–leave a link to any review you posted for a book read in 2013–any site where review is
Dec 19 Spine Poetry–any books read in 2013, but must use titles that have 4 words or less for this one
Dec 20 Spell it out challenge–Use the first letter in any book you read in 2013 to spell out a word–can choose first name, initials, your birthday month, or your zodiac sign. Post links
EX. J–Just One Day by Gayle Forman
E–Enclave by Ann Aguiree
N–Never Fade by Alexandra Bracken
N–Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson
Y–You Are Mine by Janael Falor
For the letters Q,U,V,X,Y,and Z they can be anywhere in the title
Dec. 22–Wrap Up Post (Hosted By Danasquare)
0 Replies to “End of the Year 2013 Reading Cram Read-A-Thon Info/Progress”
Oh, I love the Book Thief so I hope you enjoy it! I have a lot of YA series on my list for the readathon, like the Throne of Glass books and the Grisha series. I have eight books in my list too and I don't know if I'll get through them all, but even to get through more than half of them will make me happy! 🙂
I agree with Ciara, The Book Thief is an awesome book! I'm sure you will enjoy it!!! Good luck with achieving your goal!
Nice variety! It always makes a readathon more fun that way 🙂 Good luck!
Nice list! The Book Thief is amazing. That and The Duff are two of my favorites. 52 Reasons to Hate My Father looks like a cute book. 🙂 Good luck on the #ReadingCram
Here is my reading list.
Great list! The Book Thief is a wonderful book. Good luck with your reading!
I plan on reading Book Thief as well during this challenge.
Here's my post.
I plan on reading The Book Thief too but not during the read-a-thon. I hope I can read it before the movie releases in my country. Good luck to us read-a-thoners and hope you have fun in this read-a-thon 😀
– Farzy @ Books Keep Me Sane