4.22.2012

Hour Sixteen: 11 pm-12 am

Location: The couch, the couch, the beautiful, beautiful couch. (Clearly, I thought there would be more variation when I created this category;  clearly, that is not the case now).

Read This Hour: Mother Poems by Hope Anita Smith and "The Three Hermits" by Leo Tolstoy



Feedback: The Mother Poems were decidedly *meh* but had some pretty cool paper art by the poet, so that's neat.  The Tolstoy story was just flat-out weird.  Next?

Snack Status: water

General Mood: Excellent. Really, that coffee might work wonders for this read-a-thon although it is likely to make my Sunday mis-er-a-bull.

Finished Thus Far: Redeye by Clyde Edgerton, Peacock and Other Poems by Valeria Worth, Ellington Was Not a Street by Ntozake Shange and Kadir Nelson, Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward, Mother Poems by Hope Anita Smith

Total Pages Read: 772

I'm getting closer to 1000 pages, which means the kids at Orchard Knob are getting closer to their books.  You wanna help?  Go here to check out their teacher's project request.

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