Read Your E-reader Readathon

This is a three week long readathon, which does give me a little more room to breathe, especially since the first week overlaps with BookTubeAThon. It runs from 24th July – 14th August. I’m so glad that this readathon spans longer than a week, I feel like there will be a lot less pressure about it.


1. Read a book where the authors name begins with an “S”
2. Read your favorite summer genre.
3. Read a book that takes place during the summer time.
4. Read a book with summer colors, items or sunshine on the cover.
5. Read a book about a trip to the beach or ocean.
6. Read a sizzling hot romance.
7. Long summer days- Read a book that finally finishes a series.

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I mentioned this readathon in my July TBR but wasn’t able to say when it was, what the challengers were and what my TBR was for it.

This year it goes from 24th July – 30th July.


1/ Read a book with a person on the cover.
2/ Read a hyped book.
3/ Finish a book in one day.
4/ Read about a character that is very different from you.
5/ Finish a book completely outdoors.
6/ Read a book you bought because of the cover.
7/ Read seven books.

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Gives Light – Series Review

This is a series review for the Gives Light series by Rose Christo. It is six books long so far, with the seventh book in the works (date TBA). It is a series about sixteen-year-old Skylar who was left mute after the serial killer that killed his mum discovered he had a witness. His father, who is Native American from the Shoshone tribe, goes missing and Skylar goes back to the reservation to live with his grandmother. There he makes friends and falls in love with a boy on the rez.

Gives Light (Gives Light, #1)Looks Over (Gives Light, #2)St. Clair (Gives Light , #3)Why the Star Stands Still (...Lending Light (Gives Light #5)Overlooked (Gives Light #6)




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The Wall of Winnipeg and Me

The Wall of Winnipeg and MeVanessa Mazur knows she’s doing the right thing. She shouldn’t feel bad for quitting. Being an assistant/housekeeper/fairy godmother to the top defensive end in the National Football Organization was always supposed to be temporary. She has plans and none of them includes washing extra-large underwear longer than necessary.

But when Aiden Graves shows up at her door wanting her to come back, she’s beyond shocked.

For two years, the man known as The Wall of Winnipeg couldn’t find it in him to tell her good morning or congratulate her on her birthday. Now? He’s asking for the unthinkable.

What do you say to the man who is used to getting everything he wants?

Goodreads, Amazon UK

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July TBR

So, I’m travelling and working on Camp Nanowrimo during the month of July. The travelling has been stressful so far (NEVER book a flight at 7am on a Sunday unless you have someone who can drive you to the airport free of charge). I have plans to do Fairyathon which lasts the whole month and Booktubeathon which is at some point during the month (no intro video up so far), but mostly I’ll be focusing on ARCs and library books.

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