April is the month of FUN AND FUN AND FUN - especially when it comes to readathons, it seems. I'm combining my own contemporary challenge with the Magical Readathon to get my OWL's - so let's see what I'll be trying to read!
Even though I barely have time to read, that isn't stopping me from creating a small TBR for the upcoming month! And since it's all about Monstrous books.. Let's see what I hope to read!
I cannot resist reading challenges, even more so if it's one to give certain groups a louder voice. This time? Asian authors! I'll be doing an extra effort to read books by Asian authors this year, all thanks to #YARC2019!
It's time to share next month's TBR! Although I have no clue how much I'll be able to read since that depends solely on the little one's arrival but.. I can only try and set some kind of TBR at this point, right?
I know the title of this post might sound weird to some of you, but I swear it isn't! Destiny @ Howling Libraries and I hosted the Short-a-thon from December 21st until December 31st, which means it's time to wrap that beauty up! And what better way than to share these "short" books with all the TTT-addicts, right?
Time for the last TBR-post of 2018. My TBR for the first challenge of 2019 - January Jam Jar. It's no secret I'm more of a mood reader, although I can stick to my TBR's somewhat.. most of the time but.. The jar has always been a huge challenge for me. Especially since I tend to ignore the thing after a week or two. Let's hope I do better this time around!
From December 17th until December 26th I participated in the Christmas at Hogwarts read-a-thon. Time to wrap it up and see what books I read! Did I get to join the feast, or didn't I?