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Biannual Bibliothon TBR!

Once again it's time for the summer part of the Biannual Bibliothon! This portion of the read-a-thon runs from July 3rd to July 9th. I can't wait for this week long read-a-thon to binge read some great books! Also it might help my annoyingly long reading slump to end. The hosts of this read-a-thon came up with several reading and video challenges and I will link their youtube videos about both below. While I will not be doing the video challenges, however, I will be participating in a couple of the reading challenges.


The Reading Challenges include:

  1. Read the group book- The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
  2. Free Choice/Wild Card Book
  3. Read a Book Off of the Host's List of Recommendations
  4. Read a Book With Your Favorite Mythical Creature
  5. Read a book You've Been Putting off Picking Up
  6. Read a Book from an Author You've Never Read Before
  7. Read a Book in a Different Formant than You Usually Read


I will not be reading the group book or any of the host recommendations because I don't own any of the books and I'm not super interested in their picks personally. However, I will be trying to read books that go along with all of the other challenges. For the second and fourth challenge, I will be reading Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice. This is my free choice and it has vampires in it, which are one of my favorite mythical creatures. Besides I really like the movie and I wanted to read the book that came before the screen adaptation. Next for the fifth challenge, I will be reading When She Smiled by Ritoban Chakrabarti, which I have been putting off because of my reading slump and my lack of passion for reading contemporary books. Also I received a copy for review and it does sound really interesting. Then the book I picked for the sixth challenge is Project Ark by L.T. Gibbons, which is a science fiction novel I received for review from the author. It goes to say that I haven't read anything by Gibbons. Lastly, there is the seventh challenge and I'm going to be listening to the audiobook of The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, which I normally wouldn't because audiobooks aren't my thing...
 
                  
So that's my Biannual Bibliothon TBR! I look forward to binge reading and reading sprints on twitter! Let me know if you are join me in the read-a-thon and we can chat!

Thanks for reading
    -Ashley <3
        @underyourgrace






LINKS!
Reading Challenges: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meCb5bP0KUc
Video Challenges: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVwpumFrqLk

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