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Ramadan Readathon 2020

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I was so pleased when I found out this readathon was happening again! Every year I try to do this (even if it doesn’t always go so well). I love seeing all the author interviews and the book recommendations by Muslim authors. The announcement post with all the links is here and this year’s book is Once Upon an EidThanks to the library being closed, I might not be able to read it during this readathon but I’ve heard many good things about it, so it’s definitely on my radar.

There are no prompts for this readathon, so I’m going to make a list of the unread books I own by Muslim authors (or that I’m sure are by Muslim authors). It is running from the 23rd April to the 23rd May.

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Ramadan Readathon

Ramadan Readathon 2019

I wasn’t going to do this readathon originally since I discovered month long readathons and me don’t mix, but then I saw some great recommendations for me to check out and decided to sign up very last minute.

This readathon runs for the month of Ramadan, so 6th May to 4th June and it’s focus is on Muslim authors. The announcement post is here, the Twitter is here and the Instagram is here.

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The challenges are based on the five pillars of Islam and you start at the bottom and work your way up. I’ll be focusing on the Faith/Shahadah pillar (recommendations here).

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Ramadan Readathon

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Ramadan Readathon is back! This is a month-long reading challenge during the month of Ramadan where the focus of the challenge is to read more books by Muslim authors. As I understand the dates of Ramadan are not set in stone but the readathon runs from the 17th May to the 15th June. There is a blog tour and a photo challenge (which I’m hoping to take part in) and it’s a great chance to push certain books to the top of my TBR. The intro post is here which goes into a great deal more detail.

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