Dewey’s Fall 2016 #ReadAThon: Finish Line $90 Raised for Charity

Posted October 23, 2016 by Felicia S in Dewey's 24 Hour, Read-A-Thons / 2 Comments

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Dewey’s 24 Hour #ReadAThon Spring 2016: Finish Line

  • Current Book Reading:
  • Books Finished: The Trouble with Mistletoe (both print & audio), Quidditch Through the Ages, Magic Binds (both print & audio), The Graveyard Book Vol 1
  • Current Book Listening:
  • Audiobook Finished: The Dispatcher

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I am reading for RALC (Richardson Adult Literacy Center) Here is how my totals are determined: $86.50 round up to $90

  • $1 for each book read – $5
  • $1 for each hour listened (this is great for getting up and doing some exercise to keep the blood pumping) -$5
  • $1 for each check-in post, instagram post, tweet -$50
  • 5 cents for every entry in my mini-challenge -$8.35 -Round up to $9
  • $2.50 for each hour missed -$17.50
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2 responses to “Dewey’s Fall 2016 #ReadAThon: Finish Line $90 Raised for Charity

  1. So this charity, you read/listen and they pay or did the $90 came from your own pockets? It’s a cool initiative, I hope schools are doing it too, dedicate a day for reading and all the kids should participate with publishers sponsoring their reads.