30 Books In A Day

I bought 30 books in one day! It’s not as crazy as it sounds. Well, it’s not as crazy as it could be. The thrift store was having a sale – 10 used books for $1 – so the 30 books only cost me $3.27 but there are other considerations. Like, where am I going…

June Booklinks

Books Read in June  Gilead /Marilynne Robinson is a series of vignettes as shared by Ames, an elderly pastor, written to educate his son after he dies because Ames is an old man at the time he is writing and his son is just seven. In these letters, he shares carefully curated memories, some of…

On The Table

I love a good book browse and I am always competing with myself to see how many of the books I have read from a list. In these posts, I challenge myself to read from: Rory Gilmore’s Reading List Man Booker winners Pulitzer Prize winners On a recent bookstore visit, I saw a table laid…

March Booklinks

Every book has something in common with every other book, or does it? When I recap my reading for the month, I try to find connections between what I’ve read so I challenge myself to find a link to the book I read before and the book I’ll read next. Below are the 11 books…

How To Read 3 Books In A Day

On Sunday, I planned to read 3 books. I asked my subscribers on YouTube to look through my TBR stack and pick 3 books for me to read in a day. If we’re saying a day is a 24 hour period, then I succeeded. I got a late start on Sunday but once I started…

1K Celebration

I asked you to follow me on YouTube and you did. Over 1000 of you watched my videos and liked them enough to say, I want to see more. THANK YOU! Welcome to the Runwright Reads family! Part of the welcome celebration is that this weekend, you get to turn the tables on me –…

Christmas Book Haul

I know what they say about the focus not being on gifts but pardon me while I celebrate the stack of books I got for Christmas. I’ve even started reading a couple of them already. There were some other awesome gifts too because I have lots of really great people in my life. I will…

12 Days of Litmas

On December 14, I joined the 12 days of Litmas challenge which was to post a video a day responding to a specific prompt about reading or writing. Some of them were fun, others pushed me a little out of my comfort zone, some of the videos got uploaded a little later than I wanted,…

Unclaimed Packages for Christmas

How are you preparing for Christmas? I bet whatever you’re doing, you’re surrounded with packages, some that you tear into eagerly because the box contains something you’ve been waiting on, other times the carton gets pushed into the corner just waiting, maybe because you don’t think it’s time to open it yet, sometimes you just…

Journal Flip Through

I might not be the best artist but creativity means more to me than perfection. Here are 5 pages from my reading journal That was a record of my impressions of just a few of the books I’ve read this year. If you’d like to see more, subscribe to my YouTube channel. I’m posting a…

Vlogmas

Imagine me on your TV (or computer screen). Imagine watching some kind of programming every day that features me talking about something book related. That’s actually happening. Scroll down to see. Vlogmas is a YouTube event where participating channels work to produce a video every day in December – at least until Dec 24. Some…

Play Monopoly

Today, November 19, is celebrated as national Play-Monopoly day. I enjoyed playing Monopoly as a child and even though I don’t play it often these days, I have lots of great memories of playing the game at home with my mom and my brother, and of playing it at school at the end of term…