Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Mystery-A-Thon Anticipation Post

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Hello my nerdlets!

Today I thought I'd write a quick post about the lovely Ely's Mystery-a-Thon, which starts next Monday.






Who's running this deal-y?

Well, that would be Ely @ Tea & Titles (hence her name in the pic)



What's it about?

Reading crime & mystery books between 12-19th September, and talking about them on social media etc.

Whatever books you want - that simple.

Personally, I'm only going to be reading 'And Then There Were None' by Agatha Christie (UK - US) (because it's my birthday next week and I'm hoping the family will've got the non-too-subtle hints I dropped about the new Harry Potter, and The Fireman by Joe Hill. So I'll be reading those.)




Where can I find out more?

Over on Ely's Mystery-a-Thon post. Go check it out! :)

8 comments:

  1. I AM SCREAMING VERY LOUDLY RIGHT NOW.

    But really, I am so happy you are joining in. And your reading And Then There Were None—you get 30 million Ely points!!!!!

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    1. I'm just smiling so much from the concept of Ely points right now :) :) :)

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  2. Seems like it's going to be a fun read a thon! I will read And Then There Were None someday.

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    1. I'm looking forward to it :) And yeah - I saw the BBC adap a li'l while ago and was like - I want to read this now!!! :)

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  3. The amount readathons that the book blogging community comes up with is staggering, lol. I believe there is a "Diverseathon" happening during the exact same dates. I may do it, but I'm not generally a fan of readathons because I don't like pressure anymore! I've tried a few and am so enthusiastic at first, but end up falling short on my goals every time. :[
    Anyway, have fun with this one!

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    1. I'm planning on enjoying it! I don't take part in many read-a-thons because the pressure of taking on so much isn't good for my anxiety, but this one is laid back (as is Ely!) so I figured I'd read a little bit for it :)

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  4. Yay! I hope you enjoy the Mystery-a-thon and enjoy all the reading that will come with it. I really like the idea of working in more crime novels because they are so clever and fun to read :D

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    1. Thanks - I'm planning on enjoying it! :)

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