Dewey’s Readathon Hour 20

I just listened to Stephen Fry narrate the story of Eros and Psyche. This is such a great book, I am having so many Aha!-moments. The Greek gods are pretty much the basis for everything that happened in the Western world afterwards. Well, I sort of knew that, but Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold is giving me so many examples…

Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon

This is our second to last reading sprint. How has your readathon gone so far? When did you start reading? Have you really been reading for the past 19 hours? Fantastic! If you have adjusted your readathon plans to fit around other stuff, but are joining us for this one, that’s great too. I love reading sprints, and am looking forward to this one for a chance to refocus my rather tired brain. I am picking up a fresh book for this one, switching genres too, and yes, I have a snack and beverage (and a couple kittens) at hand so I can read without needing to get up for much during this next hour. I picked an hour-long piece of music on youtube so I can hear when the hour is over, and I’ll stop reading when the music stops. It’s tricks like that that keep me engaged during…

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3 thoughts on “Dewey’s Readathon Hour 20

  1. I was fast asleep during hour 20. I shall have to pick up Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold. I used to read a lot of Mythology books, and this sounds like one I would very much enjoy.

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    1. I mainly got it to listen to Stephen Fry. I adore him and I didn‘t want to make my way through Harry Potter again. This looked like a good alternative. I think he‘s written a sequel and also something about Troy, which I might pick up as audio at some point as well.

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