Readathon, Hour Seven

1:50 pm: Mmmmm. Flatbread/cracker with sea salt. I love Trader Joe’s. Gotta have the occasional snack to go with intense reading experiences.

2:00 pm: Just spent a few minutes over at the blog that’s hosting the mini-challenge for which the bookmark is being given away: My Bit of Earth. Before I mail out the bookmark this week I’ll have to take a good-quality picture of it with the light box for posterity

2:15 pm: Just spent 15 minutes playing Free Rice at the suggestion of the readathon blog—you play a multiple-choice vocabulary game and the better you do, the more rice you donate to countries that need it. The readathon folks are holding a mini-challenge to get people to play & donate. 🙂

Back to reading with me!

2:35 pm: Had to share another quote:

He shrugged. “It makes life that much spicier.” Lifting the pita to his mouth, he chewed reflectively for a moment. “It needs nutmeg,” he said with a sigh.

“What does, life?”

“No, breakfast.”

2:50 pm: Time to make more tea.

Title of book(s) read since last update: Fiona Patton, The Golden Tower
Number of books read since you started: 1
Pages read since last update: 26 (on p. 161)
Running total of pages read since you started: 152
Amount of time spent reading since last update: 35 min
Amount of time spent reviewing since last update: 0 min.
Running total of time spent reading since you started: 4 hr 20 min.
Running total of time spend reading & reviewing since you started: 5 hrs 25 min.
Reviews written: 3
Cups of tea drunk: 1
Cups of coffee drunk: 2

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2 comments on “Readathon, Hour Seven
  1. Sunny says:

    Hey, you’re doing great! Love that quote…too funny! Sometimes I think life needs a little nutmeg too, though. ;o)

  2. heather says:

    Sunny: I agree. There’s definitely room for some spice. 😉

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