Hey guys! I’m really excited to announced that I’m participating in the Read-Them-All-Thon in August. It’s a three week lon readathon that’s hosted by Aentee @ Read at Midnight. We not only get to read, but we can get points the more we read which levels up the pokemon we have chosen. It’s just a fun addition to a regular readathon. It starts August 14th so start thinking about signing up now!
Note: The graphics (except the trainer card) were all done by Aentee, the host of this readathon.
This post is all about my TBR for those three weeks! This is only a tentative TBR because I tend to change my mind a lot. I’m sure I’ll get at least some of these read.
Here’s my trainer card. I chose Pichu because he’s adorable mostly and I can evolve him 2 more times for extra points.
1. Pewter Gym: The First Book In A Series
Eon by Alison Goodman : I can’t believe I haven’t read this one yet! I’m actually really looking forward to starting it.
531 pages; potential 53 points
2. Cerulean Gym: A Book That Might Make You Cry
Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover : I’m not sure if this will actually make me cry (it probably won’t) but the books that make me cry are usually the ones I’m not expecting.
434 pages; potential 43 points
3. Vermillion Gym: A Book With Thunderous Hype
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child : I know everyone is picking this for this exact gym but oh well. I’ll be reading it then anyways.
330 pages; potential 33 points
4. Celadon Gym: A Book That Focuses on Diversity
An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir : I’m probably going to buddy read this one actually! I’m more excited for that than the book hehe!
454 pages; potential 45 points
5. Fuschia Gym: A Book With A Great Romance
Blaze of Memory by Nalini Singh : I’ve put this series on hold for long enough! Time to get back into it!
372 pages; potentail 37 points
6. Saffron Gym: A Book With Fantasy/Supenatural Elements
The Invasion of the Tearling by Erika Johansen : The third book comes out soon (if it hasn’t already) and I need to catch up before then!
511 pages; potential 51 points
7. Cinnabar Gym: A Book With A Red Cover
The Book of Lost Things by john Connelly : This is a cover read for sure. I’m sure it’ll still be worth it though.
469 pages; potential 46 points
8. Viridian Gym: A Book With Post-Apocalyptic Setting
The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey : It feels like everyone has read this but me. Plus it’s Sara @ Kerosene Lit’s favourite which means I have to read it.
457 pages; potential 45 points