Risa @ Bread Crumb Reads
Daily Winners for the Final Day:
Julie @ Knitting and Sundries
Tracy @ Just another bookworm's blog
Head over to the PRIZE PAGE and pick your prize and then email me your choice at truebookaddictATgmailDOTcom Prizes are awarded on a first response basis. Congratulations!
I hope everyone enjoyed the read-a-thon and I'd like to thank you for joining me. I'm still reading...extending my read-a-thon into the wee hours...and since I'm not eligible for any of my prizes, I guess that's okay. I'll post my wrap-up tomorrow.
I'd also like to thank all the authors, bloggers, etc. who donated prizes and who hosted mini-challenges/giveaways. Thank you for helping to make the read-a-thon a success.
Be sure to post your wrap-up with the number of books you read because Kate's (Read 2 Review) giveaway of Fallen in Love by Lauren Kate is for the person who read the most books during the read-a-thon. Please place the link to your post in the linky below.
Looking forward--Many of you know that I host these read-a-thons seasonally and in the Fall I hosted from my brand new horror/speculative fiction blog, Castle Macabre. It was a read-a-thon with a scary theme and it was a big success and a lot of fun. So I decided to make my Spring read-a-thon scary themed. The Fall and Spring read-a-thons will have a spooky/scary theme yearly and the Winter and Summer ones will be with a regular theme. I have asked my readers to help me pick the name for the Spring read-a-thon. You can vote on the poll at Castle Macabre HERE. It's at the top of the left sidebar. Now I know some people aren't in to horror. No worries! My only requirement for a scary read-a-thon is to read at least one scary book and that does not have to be strictly horror. It can be a mystery, thriller, paranormal, etc. I'm also thinking about focusing this read-a-thon more on the reading and so the mini-challenges might be reading sprints or pages read in chunks of time or something like that. I mean that is usually our goal during a read-a-thon...to get a lot of reading done, if possible. Any input would really be appreciated.
Again, thank you for joining me for A Winter's Respite. I hope you will think about joining me in the Spring or Summer...or both!