Sunday Post #390 Readathons

October 13th, 2019 Kimberly Sunday Post 50 Comments

13th Oct
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We are in the middle of the #FraterfestRAT and despite having company I am reading/listening. Yes, the fates conspired against me. No company for three years and they arrive during the thon, but it’s all good. ?You can sign up for the Ho-Ho-Ho readathon happening in November. Stay Caffeinated!

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Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. Whovian, Ravenclaw, Howler and proud Nonna. She owns and manages Caffeinated PR. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat. Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

50 Responses to “Sunday Post #390 Readathons”

  1. Anne

    Yes the events all happen together. I’d like to just be home with nothing for awhile but it is not to be. I hope you have a wonderful visit.

    Anne – Books of My Heart

  2. Daniela Ark

    Yay! I’m glad you are enjoying #FraterfestRAT and despite having company! I hope you enjoy all that so long waited for company!

  3. MarthaE

    I do hope your health is still improving and that you are enjoying your visitors.
    Happy Spooky Reading this week!

  4. Lola

    I hope you’re having some good reads during the readathon. That’s a coincidence you have company exactly during the ton, but hopefully you can still get some reading done. Have a great week!

  5. Sophie

    Well Kimberly that’s life for you! Sometimes it gets boring and nothing happen and instead of having one or two things to busy your days you get everything at once! LOL I will have a look at your HoHo Athon but no promises as I am very bad at these 😉

  6. A Voracious Reader

    Oops. Sounds like the Fates decided you were due. lolol At least you’re getting books read. Me, not so much. *sigh* I hope you have a great week, Kim!

  7. sjhigbee

    What are the chances of that happening? Though I’m glad you have been able to continue listening, Kimberly:)). Have a good week!

  8. Lover of Romance

    Isn’t that how life works though? The way that we plan stuff but things never work out the way we planned. Hope you get some great reading done and have been enjoying your weekend.

  9. Maureen @ Maureen's Books

    LOL!! Good luck with the readathon Kimberly! I have to work a lot during HoHoHo, but I’m still determined to join the fun! If you still need hosts I’d love to help out! 😉
    Happy Sunday!

  10. Jackie Briere

    Lol, you are one positive enthusiastic and dedicated blogger! 🙂 Lol the fates? lmao! Cute…
    For the #FraterfestRAT I read and reviewed 3 ebooks so far! Just finished one tonite. The Vampire Knitting Club by Nancy Warren. It was fun. They were all just over 120 pages, not too thick:). I enjoyed the games! Thanks for being such a gracious host!

  11. Greg

    I should have put Fraterfest on my calendar, it totally snuck up on me although I’ve been so slumpy lately with my reads I’d probably suck at it anyway! Hope yours is going well, and enjoy the company! 🙂

    Looking forward to the HoHoHo!