Saturday, April 27, 2013

Hour 17: Six Word Celebration Mini-Challenge!


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 so many years ago and to our ongoing book blogger community for making it such a monumental event and such a great time.

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 DepositoryI'll contact the winner via blog or e-mail!

Will randomly choose an awesome winner at the end of Hour 19! What are you waiting for? Any entries after that will not be eligible. Add the link to your Six-Word Celebration or the ACTUAL six word celebration to the comments below!

And our winner is THE BOOK DRUNKARD!!!! Congratulations! I'll contact you via blog or e-mail tomorrow. 

49 comments:

  1. Reading around the clock with friends!

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  2. Books unite us. Thank you, Dewey.

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  3. Read, snack, read, nap, coffee, read.

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  4. endless reading creates bleary-eyed joy!

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  5. New friends made, new memories created.

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  6. Dewey invented a Superbowl for bibliophiles.

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  7. Creative? Pshaw! It's 11pm, I'm proud to be awake and able to read!

    My attempt:
    Reading books makes bookworms incredibly happy!

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  8. Books, blogs and readers, oh my!

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  9. 24 hours of pure bliss, indeed! =)

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  10. Best way to spend a day!

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  11. Reading my brains out all day.

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  12. Here's mine!
    http://pinkindle.net/deweys-read-a-thon-april-2013#hr17

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  13. Dewey's Read-a-Thon...a marathon for readers.

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  14. Reading with friends all day long!

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  15. Bleary eyes, blurry words. Worth it.

    http://perpetualspiralreviews.blogspot.ca
    ptspiral@gmail.com

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  16. Friends uniting to read and tweet.

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  17. Dewey: Bringing together avid readers worldwide.

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  18. Tea, Snacks, and Stacks of Books

    My blog: http://leatherjournalthoughts.blogspot.com

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  19. Watching daughter sleep beyond my book

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  20. My sentence is: Dewey’s genius remains, literary lovers unite.

    Originally posted at http://beckysblogs.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/my-updates-for-deweys-24-hour-readathon/

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  21. Love Dewey's Readathon for uniting readers.
    visabellad(at)gmail.com

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  22. Enjoyable reading for a great cause.

    - Margaret - dancingdog.blog.com

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  23. For the Love of Readers Everywhere!

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  24. One Dewey, fostered a thousand connections :)
    fictionstateofmind@gmail.com

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  25. Dewey Read? Books open 24 hours

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  26. Dewey's readathon uniting readers, growing friends!

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  27. When we read, we're never alone.

    Thanks Andi! I LOVE Fiction State of Mind's above...that's a winner! ;)

    Courtney
    Stiletto Storytime

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  28. Remembering Dewey for reading day.

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  29. tweeted my response @_eHope https://twitter.com/_eHope/status/328368106084909056

    thanks Andi! fun challenge for sure !
    just hard getting a tired mind to be creative at 11pm :))

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  30. Read all night, feel no guilt.
    OR
    Remember Dewey: read till you drop!

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  31. No interruptions just reading awesome books!

    Great challenge. :)

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  32. Dewey lives on - never stop reading!

    Create With Joy
    http://create-with-joy.com

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  33. A wonderful way to spend a day!

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  34. I still miss Dewey every day.

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  35. I've posted mine. Here's the link: http://www.reflectionsofabookaholic.com/2013/04/deweys-read-thon-hours-13-24.html

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  36. Always here, Dewey, reading with us. Also on my blog :) http://www.dream-stuff.com/2013/04/deweys-readathon-update-seventh.html

    Thanks for doing this one Andi :) Love ya!

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  37. Reading, eating, talking, meeting... thanks, Dewey.

    I always like this challenge! :)
    Ellie @ Musings of a Bookshop Girl

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  38. Keep calm and keep turning pages.

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  39. "Dewey's cat was a reader, too."

    I have more details in my blog post about Dewey's cat, here:
    http://bonniesbooks.blogspot.com/2013/04/mini-challenge-six-word-celebration.html

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  40. Reading books and making new friends.

    Hubs' entry (just for kicks): Fun, but challenges take too long. :)

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  41. I posted it here:

    http://readbookswritepoetry.blogspot.in/2013/04/24-hour-read-thon-hour-18-and-few-mini.html

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  42. Reading through my TBR pile. Fun!

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  43. 24 hours of reading? What bliss!

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