Readathon of the Soul Announcement + TBR

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Due to popular demand I ended up making another readathon. This time it’s a blend between reading and BTS (yes you guessed it, the kpop group). I’m late in announcing it since we start tomorrow (oops) but here are the prompts and my TBR!

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A Game of Booksathon TBR

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My #AGameofBooksathon TBR is here!

This readathon (like many others) has been in my head for some time now. I’ve never watched Game of Thrones but I’ve always wanted to read the books. So I created a GoT themed readathon. There is a group book which will be A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin. I’ll be explaining more as I go along.

If you’re interested in joining the readathon you can find more info, here. As well as the sign up page, here.

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A Game of Booksathon Announcement

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Welcome to the A Game of Booksathon!

From the name you can probably tell that this readathon is A Game of Thrones themed. I haven’t watched the show before but I’ve been interested in reading the books for some time now. So I came up with this readathon!

The group book will be A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1) by George R. R. Martin. The entire series is a tome! but I’ve made it my personal goal to at least read book 1. Of course if you want to participate in the readathon without reading the group book that’s fine. The challenges are simply themed after the series but you can definitely read whatever books you want.

 

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O.W.L.s Magical Readathon Wrap Up (2019)

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O.W.L.s readathon has come to an end!

Wow that was some ride. This was my first time taking part in the O.W.L.s readathon, and it was amazing! I read so many books this month, but only some qualified for this readathon prompts.

My career of choice was Mind Medic since that’s the equivalent of Psychiatry in the real world, and that’s what I’m majoring in. I had a structured TBR but I felt really panicked following it so I quit that, and just ended up reading whatever I felt like.

For the career of Mind Medic there are 8 required exams. Without further delay, here’s my wrap up!

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#YARC2019: Year of the Asian sign up post and TBR

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I discovered this amazing reading challenge a few weeks ago, and I knew I had to participate. For those who don’t know about this challenge you can find out more details from the lovely hosts Shealea, CW, Lily and Vicky.

I was aiming for the Philippine tarsier but I have so many books that I want to get to that I upped my level to the Indian Cobra! Which means I’m aiming to read 11 to 20 books. (will I regret my choices? only time will tell)

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Harry Potter Board Game Reading Challenge 2019

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Every year I create my own reading challenges. Mostly because I know what genres/books I’d like to tackle, and I like to spice things up a little bit.

This year I’ve created about 3. One has similar categories to the Harry Potter one I’m about to show you. The difference is that this one is the most unique one yet.

Say hello to my Harry Potter Board Game Reading Challenge!

 

You can find below images of the challenge, plus a PDF file for you to download the entire thing!

 

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Harry Potter Read Along 2019: #Potterheadreadalong19

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Welcome Wizards & Witches to the Harry Potter Read Along for the year 2019!

I have been so excited to share this read along with all of you. Harry Potter has been the dearest thing to me ever since I was little. Feeling nostalgic is always bound to happen and I guess it’s about time we go back home to Hogwarts.

Here are some guidelines and dates.

There will also be a sign up link below if you’re interested in joining!

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A Classic a Month reading challenge (2019)

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Who here is always way behind when it comes to classics?

Personally, classics have always intimidated me for reason I don’t even know. So, for 2019 I decided to make the A Classic a Month reading challenge. There aren’t any rules. Each month you’ll pick a classic of your choice, and by the end of the year you’ll have read 12 classics. Of course you don’t have to read one every month it’s totally up to you.

 

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