Saturday, October 13, 2012

Hour 18 Mini-Challenge: Six Word Celebration!


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In the spirit of six-word memoirs or six-word stories, I thought Dewey's Read-a-Thon a perfect opportunity to offer a six-word celebration to show our appreciation to Dewey for starting this thing in 2008 and to our ongoing book blogger community for making it such a monumental event and such a great time twice per year.

Your challenge is to creative a six-word celebration of Dewey's Read-a-Thon. Go on, you know you want to!

And, I should mention that there is incentive. The winner of this mini-challenge: the most innovative, colorful, and celebratory in six words will win a book of his or her choice of up to $15 from the Book Depository. I'll contact the winner via blog or e-mail!


Will randomly choose an awesome winner around 3am (if I'm awake) or first thing in the morning!

What are you waiting for? This challenge runs until the end of Hour 20! Any entries after that will not be eligible. Add the link to your Six-Word Celebration to the Mr. Linky below or add it to the comments area.


33 comments:

  1. The most magical moment born spontaneously

    ramonesfan19@gmail.com

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  2. A wonderful way to spread literacy :)
    vicky(at)booksbiscuitsandtea(dot)co(dot)uk

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  3. The Best Day for Book Bloggers

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  4. small wonders are in every book

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  5. Hummus, hot coffee, great books: success!

    agnesmack@agnesmack.com

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  6. A brilliant flash of spontaneous wonderment

    biochemguy22(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. My coffee fueled book binge continues.

    m.alabaugh@rrpl.org

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  8. Reading books while tired: drink coffee.

    neverbakeinblack[at]gmail[dot]com

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  9. A memorable initiate that encourages reading.

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  10. Twenty-four hours. Great Books. Time flies...

    contact@cravingpages.nl

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  11. Coffee, snacks, good books, great day.

    martinack_75 AT Hotmail DOT com

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  12. Twenty-four bleary eyed, snackified reading hours.

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  13. Ooh, I posted my link in the linky.. but here it is in the comments anyway! :)

    http://www.justalillost.com/2012/10/12/deweys-24-hour-readathon-2012/#Hr18

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  14. Readathon connects bloggers in variety way :)

    Lizzika@gmail.com

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  15. A true bonding experience for bloggers.

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  16. Inspiring dedicated readers around the world!

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  17. Crazy friends. Bizarre challenges. Amazing books.

    Lol its my backwards readathon alphabet rule for readaghon if that makes much sense. Very sleepy here now.

    Elaineg218@gmail.com
    @ashela23
    Http://elaine-grace21@livejournal.com

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  18. Together, we read through the night.

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  19. Here's my post! Thanks for doing this mini-challenge, Andi :) And thanks for everything you've done for this readathon…you've really been amazing!!
    http://www.dream-stuff.com/2012/10/a-six-word-tribute-to-dewey.html

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  20. Great adventures read; a life remembered!

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  21. This is a great challenge idea! Thanks! Here's mine: http://dilatorybibliophile.wordpress.com/2012/10/14/mini-challenge-six-word-celebration/

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  22. Sleepy eyes, steely mind, tomes conquered!

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  23. Keep Dewey's memory and carry on.

    Thanks for the challenge!
    truebookaddictATgmailDOTcom

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  24. Read until you drop! Dewey's Readathon :)

    sarahmay227(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. Community and clearing the TBR. Success!

    Thanks, Andi! :)
    webereadingATgmailDOTcom

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  26. An awesome event to remember Dewey!

    cynni _ universe @ hotmail . com

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  28. 24 hours living in different worlds.
    dKatrinaS@gmail.com

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  29. Dewey's brainstorm -- hopefully, a forever thing.

    suz19612003ATyahoo.com

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  30. I love a pile of read books

    Kai
    fictionstateofmind@gmail.com

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  31. Books are here, bed is distant.

    Laurie @ In Laurie's Mind
    lahochstetler @ gmail.com

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  32. Missed the read-a-thon. Probably shouldn't comment. ;)

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