Minimoji-a-thon TBR

 

Just in time for Thanksgiving, a readathon is coming up today! Minimoji-a-thon is a readathon taking place from the 23rd of November to the 30th. Here is a link to the event’s twitter.  Essentially, the readathon is a miniature version of the infamous Emojiathon, which is driven by reading books inspired by certain emojis.

Here is a rather ambitious list of books I am hoping to read.

A book that has red & white on the cover

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

Shiny new toy, read a new book that you’ve been dying to get your hands on

They Both Die At the End by Adam Silvera

A book with angels in it

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender 

(Bending the rules a bit, because this is not about angels. But, the main character has wings. So. Debatable. Besides, I have a feeling she’ll be a lovely character)

Read a book with green on the cover

Fire Study by Maria V. Snyder (I know. It’s a tiny bit of green, but hey, it works).

New year, new book! Start a new series.

Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood. I really want to read this one within the week.

 

Ghost of Christmas past; read a book that has been haunting your TBR for over a year

If I am done with Illuminae by this point, I want to start The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness.

 

 

Read a book with snow on the cover

This is also a stretch, but I truly don’t have any snow-books. However, I do have The Coldest Girl in Cold-Town by Holly Black. I am sure the cold-towns have nothing to do with weather. Nevertheless, I am relying on a literal take on this title.

are you sure about this?

I haven’t been reading this week (so far), and I think this readathon can help me refocus. Readathons help make my bookshelves less overwhelming. Hope you join this awesome readathon while enjoying the last week of November. For those who do celebrate Thanksgiving, have a wonderful time.

 

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3 thoughts on “Minimoji-a-thon TBR”

  1. I fully support the reading of The Knife of Never Letting Go- SO. GOOD. Also, loved THUG and They Both Die, so I think you have a solid group here, good luck!

    P.S.- I thought this said “mojitos” when I first looked at the title and got all excited, so that’s where I’m at 😉

    1. I don’t even drink, and mojitos sound like a good option in life right now. Thanks for encouraging me to try THUG and They Both Die At the End. I’m honestly intimidated by The Knife of Never Letting Go. It’s so long, and the dog better not die, DO YOU HEAR ME, PATRICK NESS?!

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