Hello, friends! I don’t have a YouTube channel, but this is one of my favorite readathons. Ariel Bissett and Raeleen Lemay have changed the name to The Reading Rush, and you should go check out their video. They have created a website to use to connect with other participants, and keep track of your progress. They even have BADGES now! Click the link here. This readathon takes place from July 22nd – July 28th. Here is their twitter if you want to keep up with them!
Read a book with purple on the cover:
- On the Corner of Love and Hate by Nina Bocci
- And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman
Read a book in the same spot the entire time:
- Night Boat to Tangier by Kevin Barry
- Recursion by Blake Crouch
Read a book you meant to read last year:
- Josh & Hazel’s Guide to not Dating by Christina Lauren
- Lilac Girls by Martha Kelly
Read an author’s first book:
- Miracle Creek by Angie Kim
- Ellie and the Harpmaker by Hazel Prior
Read a book with a non-human character:
- Animal Farm by George Orwell
- Watership Down by Richard Adams
Read a book with 5+ words in the title:
- Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren
- On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong
Read and watch a book to movie adaptation:
- Return of the King by J.R.R. Tolkien
- Pay it Forward by Catherine Ryan Hyde
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I have finally participated in the Booktubeathon! This is my wrap up (it’s a little messy). Booktubeathon took place from July 30-August 5. If you don’t know the rules then check out the Booktubeathon social media linked below:
Come Closer by Sara Gran: 168 pages (This was technically my seventh book, but I didn’t read seven books)
The Magician’s Nephew by C.S. Lewis: 202 pages (Book with green on the cover)
Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng: 292 pages (Let a coin toss decide my first read)
V for Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd: 265 pages (Read and watch a book-movie adaptation.) I watched the whole movie except for maybe 10 minutes. So I guess I didn’t really complete that challenge.
The Caregiver by Samuel Park: I don’t know the page number because it’s an eARC, but I read up to about 35%. I didn’t include this in my page count.
Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman: 148 pages/339 pages
The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl: 29 pages – 131 pages/351 pages
Pages read: 1,104 (not including my eARC)
This was my first attempt at Booktubeathon, and I loved it! I had tons of fun trying to read as much I can. It really proved that I should be reading more. Either way, I will continue participating in Booktubeathon every year from here on out. Thank you to Ariel for hosting it every year. She is doing such a great job.
If you participated in Booktubeathon I would love to see your wrap ups.
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