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Borrowathon Wrap Up

Round 5 is finished! And once again, I read library books on the first day and the last three days, the middle just kind of fell through. However, I did manage to plow through some of my library books, which is good because half of them are due back on the 16th.

This round went from the 4th – 11th November and my TBR post (with links) is here.

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Books

Borrowathon Round 5

I have several library books which are due back on the 16th so I definitely want to get to a good portion of them read before they’re due. I love doing Borrowathon because I always get out so many library books and this is the perfect readathon to get them read!

This readathon runs from the 4th – 11th November. The intro post is here and the twitter is here.

 

All covers link to Goodreads.

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Borrowathon Wrap Up

BorrowAThon

The next round of Borrowathon has finished! My TBR is here if you want to get out how I did. This readathon ran from the 20th March to the 27th March.

Well, I’m always glad for an excuse to read all the library books I have. I’m part of two different county libraries, which means I can borrow books from anywhere in those two counties. Not to mention the Australian library I joined and still borrow ebooks from! This means at any one time I’ll have about forty books out from the library and added to the books I already own and sometimes I get overwhelmed by the choice. Not this week though, this week was all about reading library books and boy did I ever. I read about nine library books (and borrowed twelve but let’s not talk about that).

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BorrowAThon

BorrowAThon

Borrowathon is running again, this time from the 5th November to the 12th November. This readathon is focused on books you borrowed, either from the library or friends. Considering I have about 35 library books out (and that’s not counting the ebooks ones), this readathon couldn’t come at a better time.

Challenges

  1. Give an author a second chance
  2. Start a new-to-you series
  3. Read a book with 5 or more words in the title
  4. Read a 2017 release
  5. Read a book you find in a #libraryhaul.
  6. Read a book which features a library

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