Reading Quest Readathon Wrap-up

Y’all. I totally forgot to do a wrap-up post for the Reading Quest challenge. I had it at the forefront of my mind all of last week, then the weekend came and I forgot. So much has happened. My focus switched to other things and all I could remember by Monday was to have a book tag-filled week. So instead of a tag today, here’s my wrap-up.

A refresher: The Reading Quest challenge was held August 13 — September 10. That’s about a month long, which is one of the many reasons why I decided to participate. It was created and hosted by Aentee at Read at Midnight and is the best and most creative readathon/challenge I’ve ever seen since blogging because you get to select an avatar, like in a video game, and gain points to level up that avatar. To gain points, participants must complete tasks on the following bingo board:

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Weekend Reads #75: My Poor Vocab

It’s been a while since I’ve had the time to sit, think, and draft a Weekend Reads post, a weekly post in which I discuss a variety of topics and mention the books I plan to read on the weekend.

This weekend’s topic is from one of Sara LeTourneau’s Weekly Writer Wisdom posts:

How do you encourage the expansion of your vocabulary and the maturation of your writing style? For example, do you look up definitions of words you’ve never heard of before? Or “collect” words by writing them in a journal? Do you use writing prompts or exercises as a means of stretching your “language muscles”? What other thoughts or ideas does this quote bring to mind?

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