It’s been a while since I’ve done a book tag, so when I discovered the timely and oh-so-adorable Easter Time Book Tag over at Kristin Kraves Books, I decided it was too good to pass up. The original tag was created by Theresa at The Calico Books with these simple rules:
- Answer the prompts.
- Tag some friends.
- Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Theresa @ The Calico Books)
- Have fun!
Cheers to Classics Club Spin #20!
On Monday, April 22nd, a number from 1-20 will be chosen and I will then have until May 31st to read the book from my list that corresponds with that number.
Even though I never so much as opened my pick for the CC Spin #19 (a re-read of Evelina by Frances Burney), I’m excited to jump back in for this round. I’ve been craving a great classic lately, so I can’t wait to see which one the spin gods have in store for me.
Here’s my list:
Chelles, Jean de (Architect). North Rose Window of Notre-Dame. ca. 1250-1260. Stained glass. Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris, France.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme created by The Broke and the Bookish blog, and now hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl.
In a crazy coincidence, I actually featured this week’s topic in one of my TTT posts almost exactly a year ago. (You can see my Rainy Day Read picks here).
So today, instead of featuring books to curl up with indoors when the weather’s bad, I’m listing Books to Read Outside on a sunny day.
Happy #Readathon Day!
I’ll be updating my readathon progress here throughout the 24 hours. Make sure to scroll down to catch all the earlier posts:
Tomorrow (Saturday, April 6th) is the day we’ve been waiting for: the return of the biannual Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon!
I’m excited to participate in another round of this fun bookish event. As per usual, I’m not going to attempt to read for anywhere near the full twenty-four hours, but I hope to scratch one or two books off my TBR list.
Here are the books I’m thinking about picking up:
Although I’m already looking ahead to next weekend’s Deweys 24 Hour Readathon, I’m excited to finish this reading month on a high note, with the second book in the Winternight Trilogy: The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden.
Keep scrolling for this week’s Book Beginnings and The Friday 56…