Thursday, September 15, 2011

More Information about October Group Reads.

I wanted to touch base with those of you participating in one (or both!) of the group reads for October.

You may have missed this post over on Adam's blog, but I am partnering up with him and his sister to make our October group read experience much more exciting. He outlines it much better than I do, but basically if you participate in the group reads here, you will also be eligible to win a book (given by Adam), and a painting inspired by the book (painted and given by his sister Shannon at One Thousand Paintings).

I am really excited about this partnership and I think it is a wonderful way to bring the community together.

So, if you have been undecided about whether to join in, or make it official, please visit THIS POST to sign up. You have to be "registered" for participation to win (but registration never ends. Join when and if you want to!).

I hope you'll all spread the word!

6 comments:

  1. this is very exciting! Going to sign up now!this is very exciting! Going to sign up now!

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  2. I read about this partnership during BBAW on Adam's blog and thought it was a fantastic idea! I'm hoping it goes well and you'll do others, because October just isn't a good month for me this time around. I hope you guys have a blast!

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  3. Where did you get your "Nominated for Best Classics Book Blog" button? I didn't get one for Lit Fiction.. would like to post one on my blog (although, I should be posting the winning button..psh).

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  4. I'm almost done with Dracula - will finish it today or tomorrow. Then I'll probably read the new Rick Riordan really quick before moving onto Inferno. I definitely want to leave myself at least two weeks for Inferno, though... I have a feeling it might be tough.

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  5. Here is my review for Dracula. It may contain mild spoilers (particularly in section 4 and in the quotes section), so be warned if you haven't yet finished. :)

    http://roofbeamreader.net/2011/10/08/review-dracula-by-bram-stoker/

    I'm going to read Rick Riordan's The Son of Neptune this weekend and then it's onto Dante's Inferno!

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