Announcement: C. S. Lewis Read-Along

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This February, Pages Unbound will be hosting a month-long read-along of the works of C. S. Lewis.  Any of his writing is eligible for the read-along, including The Chronicles of Narnia, the Space Trilogy, his Christian works, his literary criticism, his letters, etc.  You may also post movie reviews, reflections, or any other posts relating to Lewis and his work.  Check out our past events.

Ways to Participate

  • If you would like, grab the button and add it to your blog.
  • Read any book(s) by C. S. Lewis, either now or in February.
  • Post a review of the book on your own blog anytime during February.  Let us know about it, and we will add it to a master list post of all the read-along posts and reviews.  (We think this will make it easier to find other bloggers’ posts than using Mr. Linky).
  • If you don’t have a blog and would like to participate, email us at pagesunboundblog@live.com and we will post your reviews as guest posts.
  • If you would like to be in charge of hosting a mini-challenge, a giveaway, discussion questions, or anything else you can think of on your own blog during the event, pick a date in February and email us at pagesunboundblog@live.com.

At Pages Unbound

  • Reviews.
  • Guest Posts.
  • The Master List.
  • Other activities to be determined.

Our Previous C. S. Lewis Reviews

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6 thoughts on “Announcement: C. S. Lewis Read-Along

  1. jennasthilaire says:

    Cooool! Now I almost wish I hadn’t already read all of Lewis’ fiction… but I can always re-read it. 😀

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