I plan on reading, too, but unfortunately the schedule didn’t work out for me to spend the whole day at it. However, I’ve stuck a button in my sidebar for anyone who’s interested in the event to find out more. Let’s plan a huge party for the April one! I’ll host, and everybody can bring books and snacks.
And speaking of my sidebar. It’s getting out of control. Maybe this is a sign that I need one of those 3-column themes rather than just two columns. I love all my widgets and just can’t part with any of them.
One that I’ve been trying to add—without success so far—is my Hunger Games poll. I have people even coming up to me at church activities saying, “I got on your site, but I can’t find the poll.” Darn it! That’s because it got buried in a post. And the reason it’s in a post in the first place is because I couldn’t get it to go in the sidebar. But as a compromise, I’ve put a link to the post in the sidebar, so hopefully that will help!
For my lame effort in the read-a-thon, here’s what I’ve got in my to-read stack right now (not that I’ll get to more than the first two today):
[UPDATE: I saved the Silksinger picture but then forgot to insert it into the post initially. So if you’re very astute and saying to yourself, “Hey, there were only five books when I read this before,” you’re right.]
What are you reading? What do you think of the 24-hour read-a-thon idea?