Hello everyone and welcome to my very belated March TBR! (To be honest, I’ve made some progress through this already, but no matter.)
If you haven’t seen my previous post, I recently created a TBR game, and this is the first month that I’m going to be trying it out! I will also be participating in the #FemmeFanTale readathon as well!
Hello everyone! Welcome to the FINAL of my TBRs (until February, at least). I decided not to do a ‘Top X Books I Want to Read in 2020’ because I think the TBRs for my year-long challenges is enough hehe. I’m changing a couple of things up with my TBRs this year: they will hopefully be around 4-7 books long, depending on what books end up on them, and apart from ones I need to read for read-a-longs, a class, or a readathon, I will be using a TBR jar (more on that later ;)). I hope you enjoy TBR 2.0! Without further ado, let’s take a look at the books I will be reading this month.
Wow, SO MANY TBR posts. I’m so sorry. Seriously, it must be getting pretty boring. Luckily, this is the PENULTIMATE TBR! (Actually, there might be 2 more after this… sorry!)
Anyway, this is a particularly important TBR, because it’s a TBR for a reading challenge that I AM CO-HOSTING with the lovely Adele of @bookishdella. The aim of the challenge is to encourage us all to read books written by authors from many different countries. There are prompts, read-a-longs, points to be won etc. so we would love to have you! If you’re interested, check out the announcement post and the Goodreads group!
Let’s begin with a DISCLAIMER!! I AM NOT DOING THIS READTHON HOW IT’S MEAN TO BE DONE. I’m doubling up (A LOT), I’m not joining the discord or anything, I’m mostly just using it to encourage me to read some books from my backlist (which I think is probably the intention of the challenge anyway, so it’s all good). In any case… if you want to do it properly then you can find the Twitter here. Apart from that, the only other thing I have to say before getting into the post is that this read-a-thon runs from the 15th of January (today!) to the 15th of February!
So, if you’ve seen my Reading Goals for 2020 post, then you will know that one of my goals this year is to read more classics! And what better way to do so than by taking part in a brand new reading challenge?! This year, Lucy from the Booktube channel @lucythereader is hosting the #CLASSICSCOMMUNITY 2020 READING CHALLENGE! It’s a super simple challenge to read more classics, where you make your own goals. There is a goodreads group and I believe Lucy will be making videos as well, so check out her channel as well! (Actually, check it out anyway- she’s so lovely and sweet, she really deserves all the love.)
If you would also like to take part in this challenge, here is a link to the goodreads group. In any case, let’s get on to my goals and my TBR!