Tell Me a Story: Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon Mini Challenge!

Tell Me a Story: Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon Mini Challenge!

Happy reading to you all and welcome to the April 2018 Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon! I have only been participating in this readathon for four years (this is its eleventh year!), but it is always so much fun and I jumped at the chance to do something to contribute this time around. 

If you happened to catch my warm up post, you know that I believe short story collections can be very helpful when you're feeling distracted or need a break from your usual reading fare; I've provided some recommendations, in case you're interested! 

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YOUR CHALLENGE:

Do you enjoy short stories? If so, create a quick blog post update (and link it back to this challenge post for entry), snap a pic and post to Instagram, or post your response/pic via Twitter, and share an example! If you are not a fan of short stories, tell me how you heard about Dewey's Readathon and how many times you've participated. Please use the hashtag #tellmeastory, if you decide to post via Instagram or Twitter, and make sure to link your response using the tool below. 

One randomly selected winner, to be announced after the end of the event, will receive a $15 gift card to Amazon! I'll announce the winner here, so please make sure I know how to contact you if you leave your response here. 

HAPPY READATHON! 

Kim Frederick (@the_excited_bull on IG) is the winner of this prize!! Thanks so much for participating in Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon this year! 

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