4 Books, 1 Week: Biannual Bibliothon 2016 TBR

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This week from July 3rd to 9th is the 2016 Biannual Bibliothon hosted by quite a few BookTubers. I’ve never participated in this readathon before, but since I have nothing else to do this week I thought I would join!

The goal of this readathon is to read as much as you can in one week while also completing 7 challenges set up by the hosts. You can have one book knock out two challenges, but only two. Today I’m going to share my TBR for the next week!

The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

This is for the group book challenge, so everyone participating will read this book together this week. I love Morgan Matson and have read all of her other books, so I’m excited to finally get to this.

How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

I’m reading this one for the “read a book with your favorite mythical creature” challenge (witches!!) and the “author I’ve never read from before” challenge. It’s also one of my review books for this month, so I’m taking advantage of this readathon to get this read.

Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson

This completes “book I’ve been putting off” and “book in a different format than your norm”; I bought this last summer and still haven’t read it + this is written in verse. I’ve read a couple books like this before, but not often or recently.

The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma

This one takes care of the “wild card” challenge where I could pick any book I wanted. I bought this back during spring break and have been wanting to read it for a while now.

There is one more challenge, to read a book recommended by one of the hosts, but after checking the rec list I realized I either 1) read the book or 2) didn’t own it, and I didn’t want to read a book I didn’t own for this readathon. So, if I manage to actually read all of these, I’ll complete 6 of the 7 challenges! I will post a wrap up on the 10th to let you know how the readathon went. I have a bad track record with readathons, so we’ll see what happens.

Are you participating in the Bibliothon? What is your TBR?

 

xx, emily

Comments

  1. says

    The Unexpected Everything was really great, and I’ve heard amazing things about Brown Girl Dreaming. I wish I could participate in this readathon, but my week is so busy! Good luck!

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