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Cramathon TBR


Although I have already done a TBR (To Be Read) for this month, there is a readathon going on which I am going to participate in. This readathon is the cramathon which is going to be taking place between July 10th at 12 AM midnight (your time zone) - July 13th at 11:59 PM (your timezone) and is hosted by whittynovels. The cramathon is designed to for you catch up on your goodreads goal by reading the smallest books on your shelf, although I am already 5 books ahead of my goal I thought it would still be fun to participate. There are also challenges to the readathon and I thought these are quite fun. So let’s get started…

A Bear Called Paddington (Paddington, #1)

Both are short books and I should be able to read them quickly. I want to read Paddington as the film came out last year and it will be nice to read the book before the film and Harry Potter is for another year long challenge as I have to read a book published in 1997, the year I was born so it will be nice to reread it.


The Death HouseThis is a small hardback which shouldn't take me too long to read, I talked about it in my July TBR if you want to find more information about it. 









3. Read 2 books in 24 hours

This depends on if I can read two books on one day but I don’t have two books that I plan to read for this challenge.

 4. Read a graphic novel: Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

NimonaI plan to read Nimona as it is a graphic novel and it looks like a really fast read. Again I talked about it in my July TBR.










5. Read a book written in verseOn the Beach at Night Alone by Walt Whitman

I don’t have a book written in verse but I do have poetry so I am counting it as it as poetry is written in verse. 











The Assassin's Blade (Throne of Glass, #0.1-0.5)This is quite a long book and there are 4 novellas in it so if I just read one I will have completed this challenge.










7. Read 5 books total

If I read all the books I plan to read there will be 5 books in total.

Will you be taking part in the Cramathon, if so what will you be reading? Leave the comments below.

See you soon,

Amy




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