Why hello again! What a surprise to see you here. I am so incredibly excited to do this read-a-thon I can’t even. Like, I just can’t. I don’t think what it is about this one but it just makes me so HAPPY. But maybe I should explain exactly what this is before I start pushing you all over in my excitement. Continue reading
Hello all and welcome! Recently I’ve had the greatest itch (and I’m not talking about the mosquito BITES – plural – on my foot) to participate in a read-a-thon. So, of course, I took to the internet and good golly gosh, have you seen the number of read-a-thons that are on? The answer is A LOT. Continue reading
I participated in the #ReadThemAllThon read-a-thon which was hosted by Aentee @ Read at Midnight. It lasted for three weeks and there were several challenges we had to attempt to complete. Unfortunately, I didn’t quite meet all of them – but oh well! It was super fun and I really enjoyed the added elements. Continue reading
Read Your Bookshelf A Thon is back for round 9! I’m so excited about this as this is one of my favourite read-a-thons that comes around. It’s such a wonderful, fun and interactive read-a-thon that I think everyone has got to try at least once! I particularly love how involved you can get on Twitter with the reading sprints.
If you don’t know what RYBSAT is, it’s a read-a-thon hosted by Miranda @ BooKss101 over on YouTube. Be sure to head over to her announcement video for this round to see what she’s reading, hear who the hosts are, and become acquainted with the rules. Continue reading
I’ve decided that it’s TIME to do another read-a-thon. Now, last time I attempted to do this during my uni semester it was a relative disaster becauase I have exactly no free time. But I’m determined that I can do it this time! I’m hoping to have a few more spare moments which means I will totally be able to read 8 books in three weeks (did you catch that sarcasm?). Continue reading
GUYS. RYBSAT round 8 is here!! I’m so excited I cannot even begin to explain. This has to be the highlight of my book read-a-thon adventures that I do. Don’t know what RYBSAT (read-your-bookshelf-a-thon) is? Ooh, boy – I am about to change your life.
Okay, so I’m a little late with doing this wrap-up, but I’ve been so busy pumping out some reviews and getting swept up in the excitement of uni assignments that I might’ve forgotten about it temporarily.
Slay That Series was a read-a-thon that happen last week – it ran from the 13th-20th of March and was awesome fun. The basic idea was that you finished off a series, or multiple series, or you could start and finish a new one. Which is great! Because I have endless series on my shelf that I haven’t finished reading yet due to not reading them for no particular reason. Continue reading