Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Stay Home Reading Rush TBR

Hey all! I am super excited because, for the first time ever, I am participating in a readathon! Reading Rush (formerly Booktubeathon) is hosting a stay home version of their longer readathon that starts tomorrow. I've never been able to participate in a readathon before due to work, school, familial obligations, etc but now that I'm stuck home due to COVID, I am going to try and participate! I will still have a bit of homework to do on some of the days, but I'm hoping to read at least four books in these next four days!

House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City, #1)There are four challenges for the next four days and I am hoping to get through all of them. The first of these challenges is to read a book with the house on the cover. This was a bit of a tough prompt for me because I don't really have books with houses on the cover. In the end, I'm deciding to reread  and annotate House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas. The word "house" is in the title and on the cover, so it technically counts for this prompt. This is a rather long one and it took me days to read it when I read it earlier this month, so I'm not going to be too upset if I don't finish it. As long as a I read four books total, I'll be happy!

Finders Keep Her (Hide and Seek Her, #2)The second challenge is to read a book in the same room the whole time. I'm actually going with two books for this because I wanted to binge them this month and I don't want to wait until after the readathon is over to do so. The two books are Finders Keep Her and Losers Reap Her by Hayley Stumbo. I've read the first of these two but want to reread so that I can finally read the last book! They're gripping stories with easy writing so I'm confident that I can read them in one place and possibly both in one day!

These Broken Stars (Starbound, #1)The third challenge is to read a book set somewhere you wish to go. I decided to go with These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner for this one because I kind of want to go to space. Plus, this book has been on my shelves for so long and I figure it's time I finally start reading through a lot of my backlist books. If I love this book, I also would like to finish the trilogy this month once the readathon is over!

She's With Me (She's With Me, #1)The last challenge is to read a book that will make you smile. For this one, I am going with She's With Me by Jessica Cunsolo. I did read this in March but I wanted to reread it from the moment that I finished it. It's such a fun, addicting book and it doesn't take that long to read so I figured it would be an easy book to finish out the readathon. 

So my goal is to read five books but if I only read four then I am happy with that number and will consider my first readathon a success! As long as I get quite a bit of homework done today I think I'll be able to devote most of the next four days to this readathon and relaxing. Are you participating? 

Thanks for reading!

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