In the Goodreads group for the event - please come and join us there and chat to everyone - I put up a poll to see which title people would like to readalong in January and Wyrd Sisters got the most votes. This is technically book two of the Witches books, but Equal Rites has wizards too so I'm counting it!
Because Pratchett books don't really have chapters I've divided the book roughly into quarters and for each section I've given the page number from my edition (the Corgi paperback edition with the Josh Kirby cover) plus the quote that ends the section for that week. Each Sunday I'll be posting here on the blog with my thoughts and a link up for anyone who wants to add their own thoughts. Alternatively there's a thread in the Goodreads group which will be active all month so you can discuss the book as and when you like.
If you are planning to join in and blog/vlog/whatever about the readalong you can add your link below so I (and others) can make sure we're following you. You can also use #Discworldathon and #wyrdalong on social media.
Here's the schedule:
January 1st - 8th - Beginning to P82 "and to think she had expected it to be small..."
January 8th - 15th - P82 - P171 "and grinned a set of gums that were more menacing than teeth"
January 15th - 22nd - P171 - P248 "And as for thinking it could be controlled..."
January 22nd - end - P248 - end of the book!
It works out at approximately 82-85 pages a week so not a huge commitment really! The great thing about Discworldathon is you don't have to join in for all of it so if this is the only thing you do all year then that's totally fine!
See you tomorrow for kick off!
I just went and grabbed my copy of Wyrd Sisters off my shelves. I am bad at planned reading and readathons, but I am going to try and participate!ReplyDelete
I went to see a local drama company's production of Wyrd Sisters in December, so I'll do a review of that, and perhaps also the Going Postal I saw in Cardiff last year. Have you done a master post for the Discworldathon, where we can link all our Discworld-related blog posts in one place? If not, I think it'd be a good idea.ReplyDelete