August Week 2 TBR And Readathin Participation

 

 

Ah, August week 2 is here, and so it is time to share my TBR. I want to say that I failed (on an epic scale) last week when it comes to my reading. Depression is kicking my butt, and anxiety as well. I will try better. There will be a readathon in August called the Readathin. I’ll link it here.  I’m hopeful.

the challenges

This readathon is a month-long journey and so I am hoping to keep updating my participation each month. Doing this will help motivate me and keep me accountable. My family is expecting some visitors, so to cope with my anxiety, I want to read more. Wish me luck.

Actually, let’s take a look at these challenges, and geek out together. Like I said, I am hopeful.

  1. Read a 2017 release
  2. Read a book that is the same color (or a similar color) as your birthstone
  3. Read a diverse book
  4. Read a book with a title or author with the same first letter as the first letter in your first name (the words “a” and “the” don’t count)
  5. Read a book that is related to your favorite emoji
  6. Read a book starting with a letter from TBR (the word “the” doesn’t count) Truthwitch by Susan Dennard 
  7. Read a book with a summer themed cover
  8. Read a book with a warm colored cover (orange, red, yellow, brown)   Poison Study  by Maria V. Snyder 
  9. Start and finish a series
  10. Read a book in 24 hours
  11. Read a new to you author. Graceling by Kristen Cashore
  12. Book with water on the cover
  13. Read a book set in summer
  14. Buddy read a book
  15. Read a book recommended to you by someone in the book community
  16. Read a guilty pleasure read
  17. Read an adult/new adult book
  18. Read a book outside of your favorite genre

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One thought on “August Week 2 TBR And Readathin Participation”

  1. Truthwitch didn’t really work for me – I thought the world-building was really badly explained and therefore I understood nothing that was going on. But Graceling was really good! It’s been a couple years since I’ve read it, though, but I remember really enjoying that one. Good luck with your read-a-thon!

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