Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon Results

My favorite readathon was this weekend! Sadly, I missed out on about half of it. I’m still in training at work and couldn’t ask for it off. Next time I’ll be able to request off! Either way, I did a pretty great job! I read over 400 pages in about 9 hours. I also wound up finishing three books. They were books I had made great progress on before the readathon, but I’m still very happy.

Did anybody else attend? I’d love to see your results!

April TBR Jar Readathon Reading Plans

I host a readathon in my group (The Introverted Readathoner) every month. Normally, I let a tbr pick my reading. This weekend, I’m a bit behind on some deadlines. So I’m just treating it like a normal readathon instead. I’m a bit intense with 24 hour and weekend readathons. Here’s my game plan:

I know it seems intense, but I constantly alter the schedule through the weekend to work for me. It works for me honestly. Especially when my goal is 20 pages an hour.

And now for my TBR for the weekend. I don’t plan to finish all of them, but I do plan on making progress in them at least!

If you’d like to join the group, just click here. You can also click the schedule graphic to get to the group as well.

My TBR Jar Readathon Results

Last weekend, I hosted my monthly TBR jar readathon. It went better than I expected! It also left me drained and needing a few days to recover. I should be back to normal tomorrow! I also got my equipment today for my new job that I start next Tuesday. I’m excited! Anyways, my point of this blog was to share my progress with you all! I will share my Tiktok videos and a photo of my notes through the event!

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#Inverted My TBR Jar Readathon first picks! Sorry for the blunders! I get nervous!

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March TBR Jar Readathon

I’m so excited! I’ll be hosting our monthly readathon. I haven’t fully participated in this one in a while and I’m so excited to get back. I’d really like to see the group grow and more people join this. We don’t just do these readathons. We also post our reading progress and post about other readathons going on as well. If this is something that interests you, please consider joining by clicking here. If I get more members, I may consider making a discord server for those who don’t really care to get on Facebook. It has to be something wanted first though. Come give us a try! We start at midnight tonight your time and it’s over midnight Sunday (technically Monday) your time! If you join, please enjoy!!!!

About the TBR Jar readathon:

You put books in the jar (or hat or whatever you want). You pick from the jar. Whatever it is you pick is what you read. That’s your book until you either put it down or finish it. Then you pick again and repeat the process until the readathon is over. If you run out, you can add others! It’s a fun way to relax and read on a whim.

All are welcome! Please please please join!!!!

Weekly Reading Plans: March 21st

One of the biggest goals I have this year is to finally tackle the huge list of books I’ve accumulated over the past year. Especially the books were given to me in exchange for review. I haven’t intended to go so long without reading them. I am just really bad with time management. Hopefully, this year will help me get better with that.

Note: I realize I plan to read a lot of books every week. I’m a mood reader and I account for that by adding extras so if I’m stuck I can move on to another book. I do not think that I will get all of these during the week. There are some that will be prioritized over others for obvious reasons.

Readathons I’m participating in this week:

Owlcrate Read-A-Thon- March 21st-27th
Vault-A-Thon- March 21st-27th
TBR Jar Readathon- March 25th-27th
Queer Lit Readathon- March 26th-27th

Books I plan to read this week:

  1. A Royal Christmas Fairy Tale by Karen Schaler
  2. Only A Monster by Vanessa Len
  3. The Last Roman by B.K. Greenwood
  4. Gathering of the Four by A.E. Bennett
  5. The Desolations of Devil’s Acre by Ransom Riggs
  6. Ascenders by C.L. Gaber
  7. Pretty Killer by Truant & King
  8. Royal Decoy by Heather Frost
  9. Royal Spy by Heather Frost
  10. The Girl in the Blue Coat by Monica Hesse
  11. Remember Me by Estelle Laure
  12. See, Solve, Scale by Danny Warshay
  13. The Next Thing You Know by Jessica Strawse

What are some of the books you plan to read this week?

Readathon News: Off The Grid Readathon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

There are no WEEK LONG readathons going on this week. However, there is a weekend readathon going on this week. It’s actually one of my favorites. It’s the Off The Grid Readathon. It’s a readathon that promotes fully uninterrupted reading. You can find the information for the readathon here.

Ongoing Readathons Mentioned Before:

  1. FrightFall Readathon: This will take place the entire month of October. It’s ran by Seasons of Reading. I’m familiar with their readathons. I haven’t participated in one in a long time. Maybe it’s time to correct that. Check out their page to sign up and get more info about the readathon!
  2. Gothic Readathon: This also takes place the entire month of October. From the looks of it, they are a little more “strict”. I don’t mean that in the harsh term of the word. They just have more structured reading and challenges. They do provide an extensive list of reading material to choose from. It also looks like they do a twitter chat at the end of the event. They also appear to have a movie day planned for all participants as well!
  3. Gothtober Readathon: This one also takes place the entire month of October from the looks of it. You can find plenty of information on the official Twitter page. I could be wrong about this, but this appears to be their second year hosting this readathon. If I am wrong, please correct me in the comments.
  4. HocusPocus Readathon: Another month long readathon! I bet you can’t guess the inspiration behind this readathon! It looks really quirky from what I’ve seen on the Twitter page. I also noticed that this is their fourth round! That’s amazing! From what I can see, you earn points through the readathon. There’s also a group read!

Know of any readathons going on this week that I don’t have listed? Feel free to share! Tell me the readathon you’re most excited for!

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Readathon News: Four Month Long Readathons in October!

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

I’m not really finding any shorter readathons going on this week. There are quite a few month long readathons for October. I’ll most likely reshare them every Readathon News between now and the end of October.

  1. FrightFall Readathon: This will take place the entire month of October. It’s ran by Seasons of Reading. I’m familiar with their readathons. I haven’t participated in one in a long time. Maybe it’s time to correct that. Check out their page to sign up and get more info about the readathon!
  2. Gothic Readathon: This also takes place the entire month of October. From the looks of it, they are a little more “strict”. I don’t mean that in the harsh term of the word. They just have more structured reading and challenges. They do provide an extensive list of reading material to choose from. It also looks like they do a twitter chat at the end of the event. They also appear to have a movie day planned for all participants as well!
  3. Gothtober Readathon: This one also takes place the entire month of October from the looks of it. You can find plenty of information on the official Twitter page. I could be wrong about this, but this appears to be their second year hosting this readathon. If I am wrong, please correct me in the comments.
  4. HocusPocus Readathon: Another month long readathon! I bet you can’t guess the inspiration behind this readathon! It looks really quirky from what I’ve seen on the Twitter page. I also noticed that this is their fourth round! That’s amazing! From what I can see, you earn points through the readathon. There’s also a group read!

So there you have it! Four month long readathons going on this month! It’s insane! I’m incredibly excited. I’m always excited for October reading. I try my best to always stick to scary reads during this month! Of course, if you think about it, scary is perceptive to the person in question. Some people may consider Romance scary. Just saying.

Know of any readathons going on this week that I don’t have listed? Feel free to share! Tell me the readathon you’re most excited for!

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Readathon News: Vault-A-Thon and #AYearAThon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

I’m going to get better at keeping this particular segment up to date. Thank you all for putting up with me.

We have two week long readathons going on this week.

  1. AYearAThon: This takes place from September 13th to the 19th. The theme is for banned books.
  2. Vault-A-Thon: I’m not sure exactly what the theme of this is for. The event also takes place from the 13th to the 19th. It looks like there will be a group read: Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade. They will also be doing a live show on September 19th. The prompts can be found on their Twitter page.

Do you know of any readathons going on? What are you most excited for?

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New Plans and The Introverted Readathoner

Due to having a super hectic schedule next week, I’ve been debating a lot of things I’ve posted lately. I’ve also reflected on how much I’ve enjoyed doing them. Upon doing that, I did some research on some memes that typically get posted on certain days. I’ve found dozens of beautiful ones. So here’s a new schedule I’ll be trying:

Monday: Weekly Schedule. This helps keeps me organized and I’ve enjoyed posting them.
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesdays I seriously love this! It’s my favorite to do every week!
Wednesday: WWW Wednesdays This meme has kept me honest and kept me organized. I stray less since I started doing it.
Thursday: Thursday Quotables I just discovered this. It looks really amazing. I’m excited to get it started!
Friday: Book Beginnings On Fridays Found this one today as well. It looks like it will be something I’ll look forward to doing every week.
Saturday: Saturday Stars I think for this one I will pick a favorite from the books I’ve read during the week. This will keep me from choosing a ton of characters from one series and accidentally repeating as well.
Sunday: Cinema Sunday or Book Photo Sundays I know it seems strange that I chose two for Sundays. There’s a good reason behind it. It’s so I’ll always have a post on this day. I don’t watch a lot of television or movies. There will be weeks where I just don’t have a movie to talk about. This ensures that I will at least have a post every Sunday.

I also want to take the time to talk about a group that I started on Facebook. For those of you who don’t know, I’m a very avid fan of readathons. So I created a group called The Introverted Readathoner. I’m not going to lie, I debated changing my blog name to it I loved the name so much. I’d really love if more people joined! It’s super low key! If you feel up to hosting a relaxed readathon, just post how long the readathon will be and any requests you may have. It can be as long or as short as you want. You can even set up an event page for it. I encourage it and for anybody to invite their friends! Just click the banner above!

That’s all I can think about for now. I’ll start this schedule for Monday. I think this weekend will be focused on scheduling posts for next week, reading, and writing reviews. I will have a lot of reviews posted over the week. I also think I have a special post scheduled for tomorrow that I’ll be posting as well. Hope everybody has a fantastic weekend and happy reading!

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