Saturday, 18 October 2014

Dewey's 24 hour read-a-thon challenges!

Here I will be placing all of my challenges that I take part in. 

The second hour has been hosted by http://figandthistle.com/ 

What I had to do:

Do I prefer tea of coffee? using the hashtag #teamcslewis for tea or #teamtrollope for coffee, include a pic and upload!

Mine is #teamcslewis and the tea I have been drinking is Green! 



Shelfie

All I had to do was take a picture of my bookshelf, as you can see I have piles of books that don't even fit on there!


                                           


Weird Reading Position:

Over at Kristina Horner the mini challenge of the hour was to photograph yourself in a weird reading position. This is me in my wardrobe! My wardrobe is quite new so it still has novelty value ha ha!

                                            


Quotes!

This challenge was created by Breathes Books and I was required to quote from the book I'm currently reading.

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins 

'I thought how desperately I would love to be able to run home and for Tom to be waiting for me. To have someone waiting for me.'


Book Staging

Book staging has been created by On The Wings Of Books I had to use a prop to add to my book. In needed to relate to the front of it. Here is my picture. I have added a tube map to The Girl on The Train book cover. Hope you like :)


                                         


Name your read-a-thon

Name your read-a-thon is being hosted over at geekybloggersbookblog the rules are simple, take a word from each of the books on your TBR pile for the read-a-thon and create a title for it. Unfortunately you cannot see it very clear here but my title is: 

Tell the girl the boys must date! 


The book which you cannot see the pine for is: The Twelve dates of Christmas. 

                                          




Book Tower Challenge:

This challenge has been created by thesmalltownlookbook The idea is that you create a tower of books, any way you like. I decided to create a Book Well, you can make a wish down it, perhaps you will be taken to a new world in your next book!




So I have finally finished my first book at 20:00 it was:
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins at 316 pages. 

20 comments:

  1. Enjoy your tea and enjoy your reading!!

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    1. Thanks Suus, I hope you are participating and keep checking back, will be updating this post every hour hopefully! x

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  3. thanks Suus, I hope you are participating! Keep checking back, hopefully I will be updating this every hour :) Or at least until I fall asleep! x

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  4. Hope you're making great progress and having fun! You can do this :D

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    1. Hi Shauna, thanks so much for cheering me on! Unfortunately I am still on book 1! I am nearly at the end though!

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  5. Looks like you are enjoying participating in the challenges. I hope you enjoy the rest and happy reading.

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    1. Hi Anna, yes thanks I am. I have just finished my first book so quite pleased with that.

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  6. Awesome challenges!! Love your Book Well. Hope you are having tons of fun!!

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    1. Hi, thanks for stopping by, I'm getting a little tired now, it must be said :(

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    1. Thanks! I ran out of time to make it larger ha ha

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  8. So many great mini challenges this time around!!

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  9. Great work with the mini-challenges. 3 more hours to go!

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    1. Thanks, I am half way through book 2, would love to finish!

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  10. Good job on so many challenges! -Andi

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