I’m literally packed with a lot of posts this week. I got half of it done, but the monthly wrap-up which will be up soon, than a topic I really want to write about, it’s a nightmare.
I know I’m a few days late when this started, but I don’t even know what compelled me in doing this besides that it really looked like fun, and an excuse to read books, as long as I focus on my English homework, and all that. I’m good.
The Readathon is hosted by Foxes and Fairy Tales and runs throughout the whole month.
I’m going to reach to Angelica’s character, and just finish up the rest of the prompts.
Alexander Hamilton — Read a book with a name in the title
The Reynolds Pamphlet — Read something short (novella, graphic novel etc.)
Take a Break — Finish a book in a day.
The Schuyler Sisters — Read a book that’s part of a trilogy.
Satisfied — Read the last book in a series.
What’d I Miss? — Read a book 5+ years old.
Wait For it — Read a book you’ve been waiting for (a new release, a library hold, or just one you’ve been excited to read).
My Shot — Read a standalone book.
Burn — Read a book with a fire-related title or cover.
Washington on Your Side — A book featuring a devious plot or cunning scheme.
Your Obedient Servant — Read a book with more than one POV.
Helpless — Read a a book featuring a romance or a marriage.
The Election of 1800 — Read a book set in the past.
The World Was Wide Enough — Read a book set in a country (or originally written in a language) not your own.
Who Tells Your Story — Read a book written by a marginalised author.