Events

Reading events are pretty much the #1 reason i want to have and keep a blog...beside of course keeping my reviews together... Readathons and my most favorite thing ever!

  • Bout of Books
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    Bout of Books 24

    Yes! It’s Bout of Books time! Are you participating? I’ve participated in about 5 out of the 24 round. I’m soo excited to start this one! My reading plans for this event is to mainly finish Crepe Factor (240 pages) and to make a lot of progress in one other book. I also hope to post some backlog reviews! My favorite part of these events is the community, so hopefully I can meet some new bloggers and finish the challenges!

  • The Classics Club
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    #CCSpin #19

    Have you heard? It’s spin list time baby! Woot! I preformed horribly last time and didn’t finish my book. It got slightly boring…and it didn’t really seem to be moving forward in the storyline. I do still want to finish it though…eventually. This Spin is a bit different. Not only is it themed for “Chunksters” but we also have all the way into January to finish! YES! Maybe this will make the difference for me!

  • FrankenFest
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    #Frankenfest – Week 5

    WELCOME TO WEEK FIVE! (Monday, 29th – Sunday, 31st) Well, it’s almost over….but don’t forget the giveaway! The monster tells Victor that it is his right to have a female monster companion. Victor refuses at first, but the monster appeals to Victor’s sense of responsibility as his creator. He tells Victor that all of his evil actions have been the result of a desperate loneliness. He promises to take his new mate to South America to hide in the jungle far from human contact. With the sympathy of a fellow monster, he argues, he will no longer be compelled to kill. Convinced by these arguments, Victor finally agrees to create…

  • FrankenFest
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    #Frankenfest – Week 4

    WELCOME TO WEEK FOUR! (Monday, 22nd – Sunday, 28th) Well, this is it guys…the end is nye! What is everyone thinking so far? –Chapters 8, 9 & 10– Justine confesses to the crime, believing that she will thereby gain salvation, but tells Elizabeth and Victor that she is innocent—and miserable. They remain convinced of her innocence, but Justine is soon executed. Victor becomes consumed with guilt, knowing that the monster he created and the cloak of secrecy within which the creation took place have now caused the deaths of two members of his family. After Justine’s execution, Victor becomes increasingly melancholy. He considers suicide but restrains himself by thinking of…