The Sunday Salon [4.27.14]

So…who has a Readathon hangover?

Not me. I haven’t done a readathon since E was born, sadly. But I did sign up to be a cheerleader for the very first time. That was a lot more work than I anticipated. But I had fun discovering some new people (and sending out my first – and probably only – tweet in Danish). I hope you are all sleeping now.

I am not sleeping. I am on my way to Tallahassee with my Leadership Pinellas class. We’re spending a few days up there learning about the state government and meeting our elected officials. I’ve never hidden my true feelings on Florida politicians so this should be interesting.

I’ve been reading a little more the last few weeks. I finished Bill Bryson’s One Summer and Rainbow Rowell’s Attachments. I am currently reading Raven Boys and listening to Dreams of Gods and Monsters. I’m taking the YA approach a lot lately to get me out of this horrible reading slump that I’m constantly in.

I have nothing scheduled for the blog this week, but I have high hopes for May. May will contain book reviews and bookish talk again. I think.

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2 thoughts on “The Sunday Salon [4.27.14]

  1. Sandy April 27, 2014 / 9:49 am

    Well I “officially” participated for 12 hours yesterday, although that included an hour break to watch an episode of Walking Dead, an hour for an episode of Game of Thrones, and dinner. But I read more than I usually do on a Saturday! I just loaded One Summer on my iPod…look forward to that. And I really enjoyed Attachments…not quite as much as Eleanor & Park or Fangirl, but it’s all relative. I adored The Raven Boys and Dream Thieves on audio too. Can’t wait for the next installment!

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  2. Ti April 28, 2014 / 2:25 pm

    When I did join in on the read-a-thon, I did everything but read. I cheered, I posted updates, I answered the surveys and tried to win stuff but in the end, I maybe read half a book and felt frazzled. If I did it again, I would not do anything but read, but that sort of takes the purpose out of it, right? It’s supposed to be about community.

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