One of the joys of a hobby is that, no matter what project(s) you are working on, there is always space for more. This is true of reading, as we regularly discuss across our blogs and social media platforms. It is also extremely true of knitting, crochet and no doubt other creative endeavours too. Continue reading
One of the marvellous benefits of the internet is the opportunity to connect and share common interests with others around the globe, and in doing so, find new and expanded horizons.
It is always lovely to connect with fellow book-lovers and reading fans. Participating in last weekend’s Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon was a compressed version of the joys of sharing book recommendations, reading thoughts and of course the all important low-down on snacks. In the end, I read for about 6 hours in total, getting through approx 400 pages across four books. This is probably about double the amount of reading I would normally do, so in that empirical sense it was a success, although it is really not about quantity. And it’s amazing how easy it is to fall in to a jolly conversation on twitter about favourite books with one of the Readathon hosts at 4am in the morning – so much more fun than just having insomnia, which is an annoying feature of my life at the moment. 🙄