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Dewey's 24 Hour Read-A-Thon & Book Depository Alffilate!

Two awesome things are happening. One is the Dewey's 24 hour read-a-thon, which is April 25th and runs for 24 hours hence the name. This is actually sentimental to me because I started this blog to participate in the last Dewey 24 hour read-a-thon and I am so happy that I did. I also signed up to be a cheerleader for it as well, which is incredibly exciting and I cannot wait. I will be posting a currently reading/TBR type post for it as well as a wrap up. I might do hourly updates but I'm not entirely sure. I also might partake in a couple a mini-challenges throughout the day. Also I will be tweeting and posting pictures on instagram throughout the day.

The last exciting thing I have to tell you is that I am now an affiliate for the Book Depository, which means if you use a certain link to the book depository and buy a book, I get a small commission. Obviously, I'm not going to force anyone to use the link, but when I do reviews I will leave the link as an option as well as a regular link. I'll also leave the link below if anyone is interested.

Anyway that's all I have to talk about. Happy Reading!
   -Ashley <3

Affiliate Link: http://www.bookdepository.com/?a_aid=perksofbeing

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Hey everyone! I hope you all are having a great month. I am super excited since the Dewey's 24 Hour Read-A-Thon is almost here. I have only done this once, but I learned a lot during that 24 hour period. Now I am going to share my advice with you.

1. Read What YOU Want to Read.

This is incredibly important. If you are not reading something you want to read and your pushing yourself to read it, then put it down and take a break. Read something you want or take a nap. If your doing this, it could led to a reading slump or watching Netflix... I totally did that! Not that there is anything wrong with taking a break! Or watching Netflix...


2. Take Breaks, Even Naps!

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