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Official read-a-thon failage.

So I fell asleep a little after midnight, eight hours before the end of read-a-thon, halfway through my fifth book. And I’m totally ok with that. I just kind of… lost my drive. It’s better for me to not lose … Continue reading

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The second half.

Official mid-thon questionnaire: 1) How are you doing? Sleepy? Are your eyes tired? Sleepy and terribly distracted. It took me forever to get through my fourth book, Muchacho even though it was a pretty good book. 2) What have you … Continue reading

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Read-a-thon: the ninth hour

It could not be a more beautiful fall day. Sunny and breezy, but warm enough to sit outside with a book and a herd of dogs. I finished Bayou Vol. 1, a graphic novel by Jeremy Love, but frustratingly do … Continue reading

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Read-a-thon, 6 hours in

It was a slow start for me this morning, so easily distracted by whatever floated past on the internet, by my friends on the CanAm livefeed, but I finally settled down, finished Jasper Fforde’s The Last Dragonslayer, and then read … Continue reading

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from Colter by Rick Bass

“…and when I am in the company of one of my dogs, and am speaking to him or her as I would to a human friend– just shooting the shit or conversing about how the day has gone– or when … Continue reading

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Hostile Bookish Takeover.

So I know that this is usually a dog blog, but today I’m going to be taking part in Dewey’s 24-hour Read-a-Thon, which is something I’ve been wanting to do for quite awhile, but have never managed to actually do. … Continue reading

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