Thankfully Reading Weekend: Leftover Challenge

This has been a weekend of pure deliciousness, but at this point we’re all learning that sometimes you can have enough of a good thing. I mean, who could POSSIBLY consume all of that? It just isn’t humanly possible!

Oh, did you think I was talking turkey? I meant all the books you’ve all been reading for Thankfully Reading Weekend! Let’s face it, when it comes to how many books we think we can read, most of us usually have eyes bigger than our, well, eyes. As the weekend is drawing to a close, it is time to come to terms with the fact that some of the books we so anxiously wanted to be will basically be leftovers.

What are your leftovers today? And, forgive me for stretching this metaphor farther than it should probably go, how will you find ways to consume them in the coming week? Or will they be put in the metaphorical freezer, for you to come back to perhaps months from now, a little frost-bitten but still basically good?

Okay, seriously, I’m stopping now, but you get the drift!

Leave your answer in the comments below, either in the body of the comment, or as a link to a post on your blog. One person who responds today will win a random book grab bag from my shelves.

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Thankfully Reading Weekend – Reading Community Mini-Challenge

Don’t know what Thankfully Reading Weekend is? Check out the introductory post over at Jenn’s Bookshelves and sign up to spend the weekend reading and being thankful.

I hope you’ve been having a great weekend reading so far. Have you been using the #thankfulreading hashtag on Twitter? Reading is a solitary activity, but it is something that is even better when you have a reading community surrounding you, which is part of the reason that many of us started blogging in the first place.

So what I want to know, is what reading community are you thankful for, and why? Are you thankful for book bloggers? The book community on Twitter? Your spouse or family that lets you ramble on and on about what you’re reading and doesn’t complain (at least not too much) about the myriad of books flowing into the house?

You can answer with a post on your own blog linked onto the Mr. Linky below, or leave your answer in the comments below.

One respondent with a US mailing address will also win this bag from Cafe Press: GIVEAWAY CLOSED

You can find millions of custom sweatshirt hoodies and funny t-shirts at CafePress – even personalized Christmas gifts!

Whether you link your answer or leave it in the comments, please let me know in the comments if you wish to be entered for the bag.

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