Saturday, April 09, 2011

Readathon: Hour 12

I'm a cheerleader for the next few hours. It's both harder and easier than just reading. During this hour, I visited 16 blogs. 5 were "not home". It's great seeing what other people have chosen for the Readathon, both bookwise and snackwise. I'm trying to leave thoughtful comments, but my brain is starting to hurt. I'll remedy that with a bowl of Special K with banana and milk.

3 comments:

Trish said...

Give me an R
Give me an E
Give me an A
Give me a D

What does it spell? READ!!

It's tough to be a cheerleader with this many participants. We're under staffed (so I've been told) and not very organized. I miss me some Jill. :-/

What I've been finding helpful is to go to the half-way meme (or other check ins) and hit participants that way. You can only do the best you can do...and we all know you're doing great!

Bittner said...

Thanks for the cheer! I'm not a cheerleader but I'm trying to do my part by spreading the joy while listening to an audio book.

Here is the cheer I came up with this morning...

How funky is Oscar Wilde
How funky is Oscar Wilde
How Loose is C.S. Lewis
Lewis is totally loose
So come on all you Poe fans
So Come on all you Poe fans
And shake out your Proust
And shake out your Proust!!!

GOOOOOOOOO READERS!!!!!!!!!!!

*if you like my cheer please pass on the encouragement by cheering on my friend Holly!
http://travelingduewest.blogspot.com/

Megan said...

Hey Susan ^^ It's 10:40am...are you reading again or cheerleading? The time stamp on your blog seems to be in another time zone (maybe), so I'm no longer sure what hour 13 is hehe. You're on your second book...do you think you'll read a third?? <3 Megan