Hour 27: Warding off the Sleepies

On the official readathon time clock, it’s the wee hours of the morning (3am to be precise), but with such an awesome contingent of around-the-world readers, we know there are ‘thoners out there reading up a storm. Our fearless leader, Rachel, is in the middle of the day in her time zone, but your trusty co-hosts Kristen and Kerry are likely curled up beneath a massive stack of blankets trying to catch a few 3am zzzs before tomorrow’s reading.

Whether you’re sleeping or reading at this very moment, know that we’re all cheering for you. Even Beyonce!

Pro tip: If you’re feeling sleepy and trying to read on through it, some pro-‘thoners suggest switching books to something lighter to keep yourself motivated through the sleepy hours. Don’t be afraid to set aside something that isn’t keeping your attention; you can always come back to it later.

Before we get back to reading (or sleeping, as the case may be), a few door prize winners!

Robyn Schwartzman
Linda Wachlarz
Linda Hurley
Alexandra Endress
Kody Ryan Munson
Neha Kalani

Winners, check out the prize page to claim your door prize.

And don’t forget to check back for another round of challenges to come, starting at Hour 30.

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2 thoughts on “Hour 27: Warding off the Sleepies

  1. Donna Abate says:

    Here are a few things I do to stay awake: Switcg to a funny book, sit up straight in my chair or bed-especially when listening to audiobooks, get up and stretch each hour. And then, there’s chocolate! 😁

    Happy Reading or Happy Slumbers!

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