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A Halloweeny Deweys 24-hour Readathon

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Dewey’s 24-hour Readathon happened last weekend! And on top of that, it was ALSO the online Halloween event by the International Geek Girls Penpal Club (IGGPPC). I participated in both, and combining the two was a lot of fun! Although sometimes distracting. Deweys Readathon started at 2pm for me, on the Saturday, and finished on 2pm on Sunday. This means… Read more »

Books I NEED to read before the end of 2022

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Autumn has started, and that reminds me that this year is almost over. And as I wrote about in previous posts, I am participating in two yearlong readathons. For Autumn I have included another two more. Sooo… there are quite some books I need to read before Christmas! 😅 The first readathon is the Stephen King Dark Tower readalong. It’s… Read more »

My Book Holiday for Deweys Reversed Readathon

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It’s already a month ago, when I came back home from my 24-hours Reversed Readathon trip to a rented gypsy home on a Dutch farmers lot. In this post I would like to share some pictures with you of the fun I had! The tiny home was truly adorable. I loved it! It was however, badly ventilated and with the… Read more »

My May 2021 reads and reviews

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Wow, damn! I don’t know how I did it, but… I have read 14 books this May! We’ve had a lot of cold rainy days and I am still self-isolating, but I never expected this. It’s the biggest amount of books I have read in one month ever! And am ahead on my yearly goal by 10 books/2872 pages! As… Read more »

My April 2021 reads and reviews

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Let me start by happily yelling BACK ON TRACK PEOPLE!! 😀 April has been a good reading month for me. It started of really slow, like…. reeeally slow. The first book I read took me about two weeks to complete. But if you have read my March reviews, you might remember that I discovered my reads were slow because the… Read more »

My March 2021 reads and reviews

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March was a very busy month for me, and I have been stuck in the same book for a couple of weeks now. So I was surprised when looking at my statistics that I still read 6 books with a total pagecount of 1,749 pages. Yes, the books I did get to read last month, were far shorter than my… Read more »