Is this post really a surprise at this point? I’m a complete sucker for themed readathons!
This month I’m participating in Magicalathon, a month-long readathon focusing on fantasy reads. The story and theme immediately drew me in, so I thought it would be a good way to squeeze in more reading before the official school year starts.
I can’t believe I didn’t know about this readathon sooner!
Recently, it’s been bothering me more that I have a hard time finding books that are by Indian authors or have an Indian main character. When I found out about this readathon, I felt this was the perfect way to find the book recs I’ve been looking for.
This post is coming to you a little later than I hoped for, but we can roll with it. Pondathon was so much fun, and it was a great way to keep reading in my schedule (take that school projects and exams!).
This is probably the most adorable readathon I have ever seen!
With my college classes back in session, finding time to read has been tough. I want to continue reading the books I love without it becoming extra pressure or another to-do list item. Pondathon is my solution to that. It’s fun, easy, and a great motivator to help keep reading in my schedule.
Thursday, October 24 will mark the end of the readalong portion of Fierce Reads’ Prepare for the Supernova events. Although I wasn’t able to keep entirely on schedule, it was fun connecting with other fans and talking about theories for the last book in the trilogy.
As I eagerly await the release of Marissa Meyer’s Supernova, I am participating in the Prepare for the Supernova Readalong hosted by Fierce Reads. This week I started rereading Renegades, the first book in the superhero trilogy. Without any major spoilers, I thought I would share some of my thoughts and reactions as I reread.