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MINITHON SO EXCITING

Ah, it is time for the minithon, hosted by the completely awesome Tika at Reading the Bricks. We love Tika.

Like that, Tika. We're like that.

SO. The minithon is eight hours, and we mainly are just going to eat snacks (be on twitter) and read books we have justified somehow as mini. HERE'S MY STUFF:


Typical minithon overly ambitious book pile

THAT LIST, for those who don't want to squint at spines, is:

Notre Dame de Paris, Hugo
Wide Sargasso Sea, Jean Rhys
Wigs on the Green, Nancy Mitford
The Essential Feminist Reader, ed. Estelle B. Freedman
What Was She Thinking: Notes on a Scandal, Zoƫ Heller
Medieval Women, Eileen Power
One Summer: America, 1927, Bill Bryson
Bleak House, Dickens

Notre Dame de Paris has a tiny goat in it! Wide Sargasso Sea is a mini reinterpretation of Jane Eyre! Wigs on the Green I have no idea! Essential Feminist Reader is made up of tiny little mini essays and things, and I have now run out of justification powers. BUT THEY ALL WORK, WHATEVER I NEED TO START READING.

I plan to finish 1927 and this eBook I'm reading — Behind the Candelabra — and maybe look at some of the others? All while eating hummus and oranges. Mmm.

ALSO — ALSO — I changed the Bleak House schedule because now it's gonna be six weeks instead of four and you all won't have to read as much, so EVERYONE PANIC LESS.

MINITHON HO.

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