Sunday, July 28, 2013

TSS - #MiniThon!

It's #minithon day! Wee tiny read-a-thon. You guessed it.


My first #minithon reading choice is a wittle bit o'brain candy. I started Anna and the French Kiss, by Stephanie Perkins, last night, but I'm hoping I can finish it today. 

I have a mini batch of avocado chicken salad chilling in the fridge, and I had some mini pancakes for breakfast. This very mini read-a-thon is well underway. 

And mini-me will be joining me later...


In the meantime, I'll be reading and Tweeting!




24 comments:

  1. I've heard good things about Anna! And brain candy is always a good choice for readathons. Good start all around, I say!

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    1. It was really fun. A few problems, but it was the brain candy I needed!

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  2. What a cute picture of your mini-me! Have fun with the read-a-thon!

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    1. Thanks! He's pretty awesome. ;)

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    1. Thanks, Monika! After I saw one of your pics I actually changed my Nook display to the grey background. Helped my eyes SO much!

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  4. Mmm, mini-pancakes. Happy mini-reading!

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    1. They were pretty darn yummy. ;)

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  5. I didn't even hear about MiniThon! I wish I had, then I would have had an excuse to skip my yard work. Hope you have a great day of reading :)

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    1. I'm glad you got to join us!

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  6. Fun! Hope you enjoy all the Mini's today ;-) I loved Anna even if the cover is a bit unfortunate in my opinion.

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    1. It was a lot of fun. I didn't get as much read as I would've liked. My eyes were shredded after I finished Anna and the French Kiss just because of reading on the tablet. Then I couldn't settle into another book.

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  7. Mini pancakes?! Oooooooh! I'm hoping you had about 20 and that they were awesome! Also that your reading is going awesomely :)

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  8. Just finished Edward Rutherfurd's Paris which would complement Anna ver y well...however at 752 pages it's more suitable for a maxithon! Enjoy all the mininess. :-)

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    1. Cool! I need to check that out. Although, wow! What a page count! LOL, I'll still look it up.

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    1. I had a great time! Thank ya!

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  10. Fun! I read Anna and the French Kiss on the plane home from Paris. I so wanted to turn that plane right around and go back!

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    1. LOL, I bet, Joy! It was a really fun book, and I think the exploring Paris bits were my favorite.

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  11. I haven't read Anna and the French Kiss yet, but I should do it soon, as I was just in Paris last week :) I hope you've been able to finish it, so that you can continue with more books, and that they will all be enjoyable, Andi!

    Have a wonderful week.

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

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    1. That's SO COOL, Lexxie! I hope you're gonna post pics. lol I was able to finish the book yesterday, and I really enjoyed it. Thinking of jumping straight into the second book.

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