Farewell to the Winter Mini Persephone Readathon

This Winter Mini Persephone Readathon was certainly short and sweet! I hope you all had a cozy and relaxing weekend of reading, reviewing, discussing, and celebrating Persephone Books. Thank you so much to everyone who participated, posted, and/or spread the word on social media. I really enjoyed spending the past three days interacting and reading along... Continue Reading →

Cosy Reading Night + #PersephoneReadathon = The Perfect Winter’s Evening

Just in case you needed another excuse to read this weekend, the beloved Booktuber Lauren of Lauren And The Books is hosting one of her Cosy Reading Nights tonight!! This Winter edition just happens to align with the Winter 2020 Mini Persephone Readathon. What could be more perfect than curling up with a Persephone Book... Continue Reading →

Persephone Readathon #3: Thank You!

All good things must come to an end, even this round of the Persephone Readathon! Thank you so much to everyone who participated, commented, reviewed, posted, instagrammed and retweeted. I hope you all enjoyed these past ten days as much as I did. I'm still catching up on all your lovely posts and comments. Keep your... Continue Reading →

Persephone Readathon #3 Open Post: Day 10

I can't believe today's the last day of this Persephone Readathon! I hope you all have had an enjoyable, Persephone Books-filled ten days. (Here are the Open Posts for Day One, Days 2-3, Days 4-5,  Days 6-7, and Days 8-9). Don’t forget to share your readathon experience and follow along with #PersephoneReadathon. As always, more details about the... Continue Reading →

Persephone Readathon #3 Open Post: Days 8-9

Hope you enjoy these last few days of the readathon! (Here are the Open Posts for Day One, Days 2-3, Days 4-5, and Days 6-7.) Don’t forget to share your readathon experience and follow along with #PersephoneReadathon. As always, more details about the readathon can be found on my Persephone Readathon Page   Discussion Question #5 Pretending for... Continue Reading →