5 Star Predictions #2 | 5 books and 5 different genres, will they deliver?

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It’s time for a 5 star prediction post! So many books are on my list for this year, and although I’m taking things slow I still want to predict if some of these reads will be 5 star reads or not. I obviously hope these books blow my mind but you never know. Here are some of my book prediction!

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TBR & Wrap Up | July reads and August TBR + Multiple Readathons (2020)

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Another really great reading month! I read a total of 14 books which is great considering I felt a reading slump coming on at the beginning of the month. I read some amazing books and discovered a few new favorites. I did another self imposed 24 hour readathon, as well as joined The Reading Rush for the first time. You can bet my August is going to be very busy because I’ve joined 3 readathons! (one of which I created). I have a feeling I won’t be able to read that much for each but I definitely want to try.

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Diversify that Shelf Readathon | Coming to you August 10-19

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Welcome to my Diversify that Shelf readathon announcement!

I’m so excited to share this! I posted about this a while ago on Twitter and it got so much love. I’m so glad that this was received so warmly and I’m looking forward to starting it with you all. I’m going to make sure this readathon is held yearly but might make it multiple times a year too? I guess we’ll see how this goes.


 

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The Reading Rush Reading Blog| 6 Books, fulfilled prompts and overall progress

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Welcome to my The Reading Rush reading blog!

I’m so excited to be sharing this with you all today. This was my first time joining The Reading Rush. The timing was never perfect for me before but here we are! This was such an amazing experience. I loved challenging myself and finding out how many books I could actually read in a week. I found some new favorites (that I can’t recommend enough), reread an old and forever favorite, and basically spent a lot of time screaming about all of these.

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The Readathon Diaries | Team Vampire TBR

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Okay, teenage me is thriving! On Twitter the other day it was announced that there would be a The Vampire Diaries themed readathon happening in June titles The Readathon Diaries (Click on that link to get all the details). I of course would never pass up a chance to join a readathon like this. There are three teams to choose from (Werewolves, Witches, and Vampires) and from the headline I think you know which team I chose. This came at the perfect time because my best friends and I decided to rewatch The Vampire Diaries together next month! Keep reading to see the book on my tbr for this readathon.

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Vampires Galore | 2 weeks of Vampire content

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Look at what you’ve stumbled upon.

I’ve gone through great pains to make this post. I’ve been trying to come up with new content to spice up my blog and reading. This pandemic is slowly taking away my energy to blog and university hasn’t ended completely just yet. The amount of stress is real but I had to read an arc of a vampire book and ended up falling down the rabbit hole. I wasn’t one of the readers who grew up with Twilight but it has been of the series I’ve been wanting to read just out of curiosity. The only vampire books I’ve read have been Vampire Academy and some other books that aren’t predominantly about vampires but feature them. So this was a really fun challenge to put together! (even though I ended up reading a particular series).

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Unapologetically Muslim Reading Challenge! (2020)

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Welcome to the Unapologetically Muslim Reading Challenge!

My favorite 2020 project yet! This has been in the making for some time now, and I’m finally ready to announce it. I’m dedicating my 2020 to reading more books by Muslim authors. I want to show my support for Muslim authors who do their best to bring us the representation we’ve been waiting for, and the representation that we feel proud of and to raise our voices in literature.

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