The JourneyAThon and Bookemon readathons, both in round 3, will occur during all of May this year. I’ve participated in both readathons in earlier rounds, and they’re a ton of fun. Bookemon is all about reading books to collect Pokemon by types. For JourneyAThon, readers need to pick a path across a fictional map to the destination city, and there are lots of travel choices along the way!
Both readathons have awesome systems in place for picking teams and counting points to make it extra fun. I’ve found myself distracted by those features in past, putting more time into points than reading, so I’m just going to stick to matching books to prompts to guide my TBR.
The books I’m going to read, along with the prompts they fill, are:
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Top Ten Tuesday is currently hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is Books I Enjoyed but Rarely Talk About.
Without further ado:
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Last month I read a colossal 21 books! AND I finished all the challenges for the March of the Mammoths, Women’s History Month, and Sims-A-Thon readathons. It’s been so long since I accomplished that for a readathon.
I track stats including genre, special formats like plays or graphic novels, some types of representation for authors and main characters, and my star ratings. I also track the different book “projects” I’ve created for myself. You can read the descriptions for each project on my About page.
The stats and reviews for last month’s books are: Continue reading “Wrap Up: March 2020” →