Hey! How’s it going? It’s my birthday today and to celebrate I’m going to write about something I’m really excited about: my summer reading challenge! I’ve been in a rut since the beginning of the year and I thought this was a fun way to get me out of it! Let me show you how it works!
Hey everyone! How are you doing? The Booktube-a-thon has just ended, so I’m writing this post to update all of you on how I did and give you mini reviews of the books I read. The readathon went great! I finished all the challenges and read a total of nine things! I’m really proud of that. Before we get into this, I’d like to thank the lovely Ariel Bissett for hosting this amazing readathon!
Today I’m setting my TBR for the second round of the Contemporary-a-thon! It’s the first time I’m joining in and I’m really excited to do so! The readathon will be running from Monday, February 12th through Sunday, February 18th and it’s hosted by Chelsea from Chelsea Dolling Reads , Julie from Pages and Pens and Natasha from My Reading Is Odd!
Through participating in the Cramathon I finished three books and started a fourth. I see this as a success even though I only completed one of the challenges. The readathon pushed me to read instead of wasting my time on Twitter and I’m really happy it did.
Yesterday I decided on a whim that I want to participate in Cramathon! It seems like a very fun way to end the year reading together with tons of others! The goal of the readathon is to read as many books before 2017 ends!