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SOLSC Day 24: Reader, or Writer?

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Slice of Life Small LogoThank you to the ladies at Two Writing Teachers (www.twowritingteachers.wordpress.com) for hosting the March Slice of Life Story Challenge!

Reader, or Writer?

Today I feel more like a reader than a writer. I’ve read some fabulous posts on interesting SOLSC blogs. Thank you for sharing your stories with us! All of you are so inspiring and thoughtful with your words. I really want to read today, and not write. I’ll write about my “to do” reading:

Finish: Things a Little Bird Told Me by Biz Stone, co-creator of Twitter. (This guy is amazing!)

Read Again: Brown Girl Dreaming (Woodson), Charlotte’s Web (White), Sisters (Telgemeier), The Tiger Rising (DiCamillo), and Divergent (Roth)

Read the First Time: Turn Right at Machu Picchu (Adams), The Crossover (Alexander), Echo (Muñoz Ryan), Fish in a Tree (Hunt), there are so many titles! If I listed the rest of my books on my shelves I want to read, I’d be here until midnight!

I’d rather go back to reading. Please excuse me. Good night!

 

 

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing titles I use for reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

3 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 24: Reader, or Writer?

  1. Such a good idea to put a spin on your writing tonight about all the reading slices are giving you and then the books you want to revisit and enjoy or explore. I wish I had more time to read all the participants this year. I’m trying to be good about 3 a day but know that’s not even enough reading to nourish my soul.

  2. I feel like there is always a reader or writer battle going on within me! 😉 Your list of reading sounds wonderful. You’re going to LOVE The Crossover!! Echo is on my reading list. Happy reading!

  3. I have many of the same books on my reread and need to read list. Maybe in April I will get to them.

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