Welcome to week 2 of February 2018. I have a few reading plans for this week, as I attempt to weave in Contemporary-a-Thon. For the announcement video of this readathon, click here to see Julie from Pages and Pens explain the challenges.
Just as a heads up, I have failed to read as fast as I did in January (so far). Things got even worse after reading Empire of Storms this weekend (I don’t want to delve too much into it, though).
1. Newly acquired contemporary
Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han is the last contemporary I got. To show you have infrequent my contemporary reading is, I will say that I got this book for my birthday. Way back in October.
2. Contemporary book with pink on the cover
I am probably going to double up and say Always and Forever Lara Jean for this one, too. If I can, I may read Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour.
3. Read a hyped contemporary
Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon was pretty hyped. Perhaps I will go with this one. Or, Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour, which was hyped up quite a bit.
4. Read a diverse contemporary
All three books I have listed so far can be considered diverse. Excuse me while I do a happy dance.
5. Read a dark or taboo contemporary
Yeah… I don’t do dark contemporary. Skipping this one.
6. Read a contemporary graphic novel
I don’t have any graphic novels to read. Passing over this one, too.
7. Read a contemporary that was recommended to you
Maybe First and Then by Emma Mills? I run into this one often. Or, Coraline by Neil Gaiman. That one was recommended to me a lot ages ago.
From the library, I had read some of the first Magnus Chase book, and the first Trials of Apollo. In addition, I did read most of Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas (not a fan).
Are you participating in any readathons or challenges this week? Share in the comments your reading plans!
See you on the ‘net.