#EasterReadathon TBR

For those who don’t know what the #EasterReadathon is, it’s hosted by @katelovescolour on Twitter. It starts at midnight tonight (29th March/30th March) UK time. Because of Easter, the UK now has a four day weekend, which seems like an excellent time to get some reading done!

Guidelines:

  • Starts at midnight on the 30th March in your country and it will run until midnight on Monday 2nd April. You don’t have to do all three/four days, you can only do one day if you’d like
  • There is no theme of the readathon, so you can read whatever you want
  • The hashtag for Twitter is #EasterReadathon
  • You can take part in it if you don’t celebrate Easter

I decided to copy Kate a bit and just read books that I’ve been meaning to get to for a while, and finish the ones that I am currently reading (which is only one, usually I’m reading multiple books at a time). You can follow their blog here.

The books I have chosen to read are:

Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde – currently reading, and I really want to finish this and write a very love filled review!

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle – I know this book has been out for a very long time but I only heard it existed a month ago, and I really want to see the movie, so I want to get to this book pretty soon, it sounds exactly the sort of thing I would love

Heroine Worship by Sarah Kuhn – I absolutely adored Heroine Complex so I’ve been reluctant to read this because I don’t want it to end but I heard there’s a third one coming out so I want to get to this one soon. Plus, the covers are gorgeous!

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead – again, another book everyone but me has read and I feel like a lot of people love this purely for nostalgia reasons but it was cheap and I really want to know what the fuss is all about anyway!

 

So, there is my rather ambitious TBR pile for the Readathon! Hopefully I get to all of them, but I’m not expecting to. Maybe with a challenge, I’ll push through it.

Until next time,
Alyx

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