Spring 2016 Readathon Is Halfway over!

Halfway through Dewey’s 24-hour Readathon event and we’re still going strong. 1. What are you reading right now? I’m just starting Lab Girl by Hope Jahren. I really enjoyed meeting her at an author event and I’m very excited for this book. Jason is reading Lock In by John Scalzi and Taylor is reading Waiting […]

Operation: Quotation! A Readathon Mini-Challenge

We love quotes. Here at geekylibrary, we read with post-it flags in hand, ready to mark our favorite quotes. We’ve built an enormous quote library. We include a quote in every book review. And above all, we like sharing quotes. Here are some of the more bookish quotes we’ve found. Now it’s your turn! To […]

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The 24-Hour Readathon is Here! | October 2015

  Dewey’s 24-hour Readathon is a twice-yearly online event we’ve participated in twice before. My involvement will be a little more limited this year, but I’m still super excited for the books I’ll be reading today. Our GeekyLibrary contributor, Rachel, is also reading, and you can follow her progress on Twitter @Lady_Saga. To kick off […]

Highlights from Worldcon 2015 at Sasquan & The Hugo Award Ceremony

Although I already shared my thoughts on Friday at Worldcon, Sasquan was much busier over the weekend with the 2015 Hugo Awards Ceremony on Saturday night. On Saturday, it was announced that Helsinki had won the site selection vote— if you plan on attending the 75th Worldcon, you’ll be traveling to Finland in 2017! The […]

Mini-Challenge: Words of Wisdom Spring 2015 24-hour Readathon

The Mini-Challenge posted over at A Literary Odyssey showcases “Words of Wisdom” with a wise quote from David Copperfield. We love this challenge! Unfortunately, LisaKaren and I are both reading comedies at the moment. So we did our best pulling words of wisdom. “Why be subtle when a good dose of the supernatural works perfectly […]

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24-Hour Readathon Opening Questions Spring 2015 24-hour Readathon

1) Where are you reading from today? Three of us from GeekyLibrary are hanging out and reading from Portland, Oregon 2) Which book in your stack are you most looking forward to? Kallen: After hearing from commenters, I’ll be picking up Gail Carriger’s Prudence first and I’m really looking forward to picking up the Hugo-nominated […]