Here is my TBR for the Cram-a-thon. I hope to defiantly be able to cram these all in. 4 of them are re-reads but I haven’t read them since middle school and wanted to start the series again so I hope to cram them in now so that next year I can get the next books in the series and continue them. What are you planning on reading for the cram-a-thon?
Since it is Thanksgiving week which means no school! I decided I wanted to read read read read read! So on Instagram I am hosting a small readathon. The readathon is nothing big. Basically all you need is to pick a pie f books you want to read!
I will be posting reading sprints on my Instagram which you can find here.
Good luck and happy reading! 😀
For my first 24 hour readathon I was so nervous! But I did it! Now I didn’t read every hour, that was pretty hard when my mom wanted me to help out with some early Christmas shopping. But none the less I am proud with how I did.
Hours before (ok the morning before) the readathon started, I finished Obsidian by Jennfier L. Armentrout. I counted this toward my readathon books read because the book was on my TBR for the readathin. I already have a review for this book so if you want to hear more on what I thought you can click here.
Next I went to read Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi. This was going really well and I was hoping to finish the book. I was on chapter 36 when I found something wrong with my book. Chapters 37 through 41 were missing and in their places laid a extra copy of chapters 32 through 36. I did mange to get to Barns and Noble during the readathon but sadly they were out of stuck for Shatter Me. I was able to read a total of 248 pages even though I did not get a chance to finish the book. And if you are wondering I was really enjoying the book!
Finally on the last 12 hours I read Vampirates by Justin Somper. I did not enjoy this book as much as I had hoped to. The action was a little to slow for me. But I realized when reading it that this was a middle grade book. Maybe even a advanced elementary grade book. So it is understandable why the plot was slow and it was hard to read. It was because I am so use to fast past action and fast world building. Also I love complicated characters and while you get some complicated characters in this book they are not as complicated as I would have liked them to be. Don’t get me wrong this was a enjoyable book but it was just to young for me. I gave it a 2.5 out of 5 stars.
In total I read 935 pages. I really enjoyed the readathon even though I had no idea what I was doing other than reading. I know realized that every hour I could have entered the book I was reading and how many pages I had read and also signed up for prizes on the Dewey’s website. I did not know until now, almost 24 hours after the readathon that those things were happening. But even though I didn’t win anything I won getting my TBR pile down for this month which helped and I definitely will be participating in the Dewey’s 24 hour readathin next time! If you want to see what kinds of fun a Dewey’s 24 hour readthon brings you can click here to go to their website.
I am so so so excited to join in on the Dewey’s 24 hour readthon happening October 18th! This will be my first time doing a 24 hour redathon! I do not plan on getting to all of my TBR books in the picture above but I hope to get through at lest two! If you want to join me all you hare to do is sign up. There are different start times for different places and they have them all listened on the Dewey’s 24 hour readthon site which you can find here.
I will be updating on my instagram which you can ind here, during the readathon.
For my area I start at 6 a.m. Good luck to everyone who is participating and READ READ READ.