Dewey's Readathon gives booklovers fun reading event.

Dewey’s Readathon – Love to Read? Share Your Passion and Join a 24-hour readathon

Dewey’s Readathon brings springtime fun to book lovers

Are you ready for some fun? Every year the fantastic Dewey’s Readathon hosts a 24-hour readathon for book lovers worldwide. Yes, I mean worldwide. Talk about a wonderful escapist event for readers, this is it.

The Dewey’s readathon event begins officially at 8:00 AM eastern standard time Saturday, April 2021, and runs for 24 hours. Participants can read all day and then read the night away, or they can pick and choose their preferable reading times. They can read one book or they can read twenty.

Booklovers can choose to participate in the various online events; share their progress with others, and participate on all or none of the social media platforms where readers will gather. Platforms like Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Litsy, Goodreads, a Facebook group, and other personal blogs. The level of participation is totally up to the reader.

Interested? Go here for the April 2021 Readathon READER SIGN UP page.

Once again, I will be signing up and participating in the annual readathon. I have to confess that my reading has diminished over the past year, so I want to make a change and this readathon will help.

How about you? Have you been able to read more? Do you have any suggestions for my TBR? Let me know in the comments…and definitely let me know if you’re going to participate.

Want more information on Dewey’s readathons? Go here.

Be sure and come back. I’ll be posting more about ways to prepare and experience this 24-hour readathon event.

What am I reading right now?

Ever get in a mood where you want to do a deep dive into a topic? That’s how I was feeling when I chose the bestselling and thoroughly provocative Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. Now, don’t forget to share your current reading list. I’d love to hear about books that capture your imagination and attention. Fiction, nonfiction, any book you want to share.

New York Times Bestseller on human evolution, culture, and social science.

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