So I decided to participate in BookTube-A-Thon!
Hey, readers! Here I am with my TBR for this BookTube-A-Thon. I’m perfectly aware that I’m not BookTuber, or at least not right now, but Ariel said that everybody can participate, so I decided to give this a go and try to read as many books as possible. So, I’m going to write the reading challenges and my pick for them. Also you can go visit the BookTube-A-Thon channel for more! So, let’s go.
1. Read a book with a person on the cover
For this challenge I’m going to read “Slide” by Jill Hathaway. It have a person on the cover, so it counts. I want to read it for so long, so here’s my chance.
2. Read a hyped book
I chose to read “Caraval” by Stephanie Garber here. It’s hyped a lot everywhere – on blogs, on BookTube, on Instagram. And it’s finally time to read it.
3. Finish a book in one day
This is not going to be hard as I know that I can finish 2 books a day, as I did it the day before yesterday. For this challenge I picked “Impostor” by Jill Hathaway. I know that I will want to continue with the duology and they are short, so why not?
4. Read about a character that is very different from you
I’m having a monthly challenges for myself by myself and one of them is to finish 3 series. I’m done with 2 of them and the final series that I want to finish matches with this one. I have “The Forever Song” by Julie Kagawa – it’s in a dystopian world, also the main character is vampire, so it’s completely and obviously different from me.
5. Finish a book completely outdoors
“The Tiger’s Watch” by Julia Ember is my pick – it’s very short and I hope will be easy to read. I have an ARC of it and I need to finish it, so I can write a review when it comes out.
6. Read a book you bought because of the cover
For this challenge I picked “The Dress” by Sophie Nicholls. I’m not really impressed by the official cover, but here comes the gorgeous Bulgarian cover, which made me buy the book without second thought.
7. Read seven books
The final challenge as you can see is to read seven books, so my pick is absolutely up to me and as I want to continue with Sarah J. Maas’ books, I decided to read “Crown of Midnight”, the second book of “Throne of Glass” series.
So, this my TBR! I’m supper excited about it and can’t wait for Monday!