But, while I almost fell asleep in Geography today I have not regretted participating for one second: I had an amazing time and made a lot of progress. I want to thank the lovely organizers who sacrificed much of their free time to make this run smoothly and did a wonderful job!
I am very satisfied with the readathon because firstly, it was incredibly fun to keep in touch with all the other bloggers and I added quite a few titles to my TBR list and secondly, despite being away the whole afternoon and evening I managed to devote more than 13 hours exclusively to reading.
On the Classics Club website there is a wrap-up questionnaire which I am answering below.
- What book(s) did you read during the event?
- What book(s) did you finish?
- What did you like about our event?
- Do you have suggestions for future Readathons through The Classics Club?
- Would you participate in future Readathons?
- Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
- Both of them, which is almost unbelievable keeping in mind my reading pace!
- Everything. The interaction with other bloggers from all over the world, the opportunity to start the year with intense reading and the fact that there were updates and check-ins on the Classics Club site every few hours.
- Not really, since the only thing which troubled me was the time difference and that is something not even our wonderful organizers can fix.
- Definitely! The sooner the better! Although it is certainly not beneficial for my nutrition...
|I may or may not have eaten all other chocolates during the readathon|