It’s that time of year again! Aka, time to pretend I’m actually a Hufflepuff preparing for exams and not, you know, a muggle living a life mostly inside because of COVID-19. Escapist reads are the name of the game, y’all, and I’m thrilled that it’s time, once again to participate in Book Roast’s immersive readathon! […]
The historical romance readathon is the brain child of Lisa, Lacey, and Jessica and takes place from March 16-March 22. I am very much looking forward to this because I have a LOT of historical romances languishing on my shelves. The women who created this readathon made a BINGO board for their prompts, which is […]
Well, this week definitely did not go according to plan. I don’t know what it was about the week, but I couldn’t convince myself to read the books I’d set out to, but I did read some things that qualified for this readathon (and a couple were on my TBR, so… winning?) so let’s talk […]
Another round of one of my favorite readathons is here! ContemporaryAThon Round Six will be taking place from February 10th-February 16th and is hosted by Chelsea, Julie, and Natasha. There are seven challenges and I’m going to try to achieve each of them. So let’s see how this is going to go!
All in all, I would say my reading this week was quite successful. I didn’t get to every book on my TBR and without doubling up didn’t quite clear the BINGO board, but I found a few books that I absolutely adored and finished up my February ARC reading! So let’s get into it. I’m […]
I know I say this every time, but I still don’t like that the name of this readathon is Smutathon. Now, setting that aside, I have a ton of books to read in January so I’m really excited to kickstart my reading with a readathon from January 4th-January 11th that will help me get through […]
In shocking news, I did manage to start reading at exactly 8 am yesterday and started with One True Pairing by Cathy Yardley. I went to bed at midnight though so in addition to the eight hours I lost right there, I probably lost about 2 or 3 hours throughout the day as well. But […]
I know I’m not great at TBRs, but I did manage my ContemporaryAThon one successfully recently and I did okay at my Latinx Heritage Month goals. I wasn’t perfect, but I didn’t do terribly. So I’m trying to take that successful completion of TBRs energy with me into November because I have a lot of […]
I actually managed to follow a tbr. Who even am I? I’m honestly so proud of myself, it’s obnoxious. But, in case you skipped that post because you knew it was unlikely I’d follow it or if you just want to know my thoughts, let’s hop into it.
Because Gia from Book Roast is absolutely incredible, the Magical Readathon happens twice a year and the second time around, it’s to do your NEWTS. You can only test in the subjects you got an OWL in if you’re properly following the rules, which I am. This year, there’s also a thing for what profession […]