#LesMisReadalong on Twitter: Week 1

The Bishop of Digne

We’ve almost finished the first week of the Les Misérables Chapter-a-Day Read-along, and the Twitter conversation about the opening few chapters has been amazing. Readers are using the hashtag #LesMisReadalong to chronicle their reading experience, share their knowledge, and support each other in their literary journey. But if you don’t have a Twitter account, not to worry. This post is a sampling of some of the tweets from this past week that caught my attention. And I’ll have a new read-along post on Monday that will feature that humble, generous clergyman, the Bishop of Digne.

If you’ve not signed up for the Les Misérables Chapter-a-Day Read-along, it’s definitely not too late. We’re only getting started! You don’t have to have a Twitter account or a blog, you only need an unabridged copy of Les Misérables. To join, visit the sign-up page and leave a comment (or a link if you have your own blog), download the reading schedule, and catch up to us when you can.

And now, a highlight of this week’s Les Mis tweets:

 

 

Deacon Nick

Nick Senger is a husband, a father of four, a Roman Catholic deacon and a Catholic school teacher, vice principal and technology coordinator. He taught junior high literature and writing for over 25 years, and has been a Catholic school educator since 1990. In 2001 he was named a Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the National Catholic Education Association.

2 Responses

  1. Brona says:

    I just posted my week on Twitter with Les Mis – will add this link too 🙂
    http://bronasbooks.blogspot.com.au/2018/01/lesmisreadalong-week-one.html

    It’s been a great way to start our year – very social and fun 🙂

  2. N@ncy says:

    I love to see what parts of the book make an impression on individual readers.
    It gives a insight into the impact the book has on people. I’m surprised in that this book is written in a more ‘friendly’ tone than Zola’s books. Each day I’m eager to read some wonderful quote that I can take with me all day. Zola was more ‘gloomy’ looking for the cracks in characters psyche. BIG thanks to Nick @nsenger for hosting and guiding us throughout the book!
    My week on twitter:

    https://nancyelin.wordpress.com/readings-week-1-les-miserables/

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