Hour 21 – Laughing Our Way to the Finish Line

 

This is Kate from Kate’s Book Nook and I will be your cohost for the rest of the readathon! You all are doing so great. It was fun talking to some fellow soccer fans and cheese addicts in the comments section! You guys rock!

I want to take a moment and thank the organizers of this event; Andi and Heather. You guys have been awesome. Thanks for continuing this read-a-thon tradition and always being available for questions and pep talks and anything and everything else we need! You both rock my socks off!

Video of the Hour:

In the last post, I introduced you guys to Emma Approves. Now, from the creators of Emma Approves (and The Lizzie Bennett Diaries) I give you 31 Jokes for Nerds. It is time to laugh a little!

Random Fact of the Hour:

  •  Ernest Vincent is an author who wrote a novel called Gadsby in 1939. The novel is 50,000 words long. The interest part is the fact that there is not a single “e” in the entire novel.
  • Frank Baum named “Oz” after a file cabinet in his office. One cabinet was labeled “A to N,” and the second was labeled “O to Z.”

 

Mini Challenges

Real Rebus from Reading My Way Through Life

Still Ongoing

Show it Off! from Dead Book Darling

Book Jenga from Curiosity Killed the Bookworm

Six Word Celebration from Estella’s Revenge

Let’s Get Social! from Doing Dewey

Door Prize Winners Announced -

 E-mail deweyreadathon@gmail.com to claim a prize from the Prize Page!

Lexi

Sarah @ Exploring All Genres

 

Cheerleader Winner

Rita at http://myhomeofbooks.blogspot.com/

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27 thoughts on “Hour 21 – Laughing Our Way to the Finish Line”

    1. @Krista – Going to be honest with you, Church today (tomorrow) is 50/50 for me. It will depend on how awake I am in about 9 hours!

    1. @Alyssa – Well, I did call the post “Laughing Our Way to the Finish Line” so I think you were forewarned!!!!!!!!!!! HAHAHAHA

  1. This has been so much fun! You have great taste in videos. Hope you’re doing well with your reading, this is probably the best readathon I have EVER particpated in. And I like my readthons. I know that next year’s readathon will be going on my mental calendar.

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