2010 Read-A-Thon :: By The Numbers

 
3 Hours Sleep Acquired the Night Before
 
12 Hours Time Elapsed Before I Could Fully Participate
 
4.65 Hours Spent Napping During The Event
 
 
670 Minutes Spent Reading
 
210 Minutes Spent Blogging
 
308 Pages Read
 
 
1 Book Completed
 
2 Magazine Issues Completed
 
3 Books Attempted
 
 
5 Snacks/Meals Consumed
 
12 Coke Reward Points Acquired
 
88 Ounces Caffeine Consumed
 
 
21 Tweets Posted
 
14 Blog Posts Published
 
193 Blog Views During The Event
 
23 Comments Received On My Blog
 
9 Actual Cheers Posted To My Blog (so fun!)
 
 
5 Mini-Challenges Participated In
 
1 Prize Won in a Mini-Challenge
 
Favorite Mini-Challenge: Submit a photo of something in your house that represents a character in one of the books you are reading for the readathon. Seriously? How could I resist?
 
character photo challenge: 'The Yankee Years'
 
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About Jules Q

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Posted on 10 October 2010, in What I Read and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. It was so fun to get to read the play-by-play after the event occurred! I did quite a lot of reading myself on Saturday and Sunday though I didn’t participate in the read-a-thon. I confess, though, how you managed to hang with a book about SPORTS for so many hours, I do not understand… ;D Well done!

    Cerella
    http://www.thecerellalife.com

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    • Ah, but, these are my dear Yankees! And the stories in the beginning (never-ending) chapters of the book are solely about the players and games that made me fall in love with the team in the first place! It’s the same as watching DVD featurettes about a beloved movie. So reading the “sports” info was really about reliving those moments I had seen on TV all those years ago. And getting to know my beloved players so much better. I’ll confess, though, that the sections filled with stats-after-stats were tedious at 1:00 a.m. 😉

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  2. I’ve decided to look at this in the same way I love the footnotes from a historical novel – telling me what was directly from the pages of history and what was fabricated by the author.

    Because otherwise, I just don’t get it. LOL! 🙂

    Cerella
    http://www.thecerellalife.com

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