As you know, I love royalty tropes in books (in all media really) and so this readathon is perfect for me. This is round 2 and I hope other people join me in this readathon!
- Read a book with a hidden royal heritage
- Read a book with a royal title (King/Queen/Prince etc)
- Read a book with a crown on the cover
- Read a fairytale retelling featuring your favourite fairytale royal
- Read a book with purple on the cover
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I have listened to ‘Holly Jolly Christmas’ so much this holiday period. I strayed off my TBR for this readathon, leaning more towards my library books and romances than the books I own.
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This was a readathon based around various different challenges depending on where you went on the map! I didn’t really stick to my TBR (at all) but I had fun trying to find books to fit the challenges.
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Cramathon is a readathon at the very end of the year to try and cram in as many books on your Goodreads TBR as possible. The twitter is here and it’s running from Boxing Day (26th December) to 2nd January and the challenges are below!
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You’re a mean one, Mr Grinch…
Sam @ Thoughts on Tomes did a video for the Grinch Book Tag, a book tag which is full of unpopular book opinions. It means ranting which I find very enjoyable and I hope it’s as enjoyable to read about!
Of course, my opinions are my own and they will probably differ from yours.
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Another mini-round of my favourite dragons/fantasy readathon done! Again, I didn’t stick to my TBR completely but I did manage to start and finish one of the books I’ve had out of the library for a while.
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Current Readathon is a readathon based around finishing books you have on your ‘currently reading’ shelf and for me, despite not sticking to my TBR, it was a huge success.
This readathon ran from the 11th December to the 17th December.
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