Tag: readathon

I Am Participating in Classics-A-Thon!

One of my reading goals for 2019 is to make sure that I participate in at least one readathon each month.  So far, I’m actually finding that my favorite readathons are longer, allowing me to pursue the challenges and goals at my own pace.  This way, if I […]

Fantasy AdventureAThon Day 4 Progress

6:00 AM:  I just woke up after staying up late reading Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas, which I am about fifty pages into now.  From what I have read, it’s really interesting, although like most long fantasy series, I haven’t seen a lot except for world-building, so […]

Fantasy AdventureAThon Day 3 Progress

This is the third day of the Fantasy AdventureAThon, and I’m having a lot of fun keeping track of what I’m actually doing as I go.  I think I’m basically going to treat this week like I’m publically journaling, whether that journal is being kept on my blog […]

Biannual Bibliothon Day 1

Biannual Bibliothon Day One: The Snow Storm

For those who haven’t heard, I am participating in the Biannual Bibliothon this year!  The Readathon starts today, the twelfth, and goes through the eighteenth, so I’m going to start reading as much as I can.  There are also daily blogging challenges that I will be participating in.  […]

Winter Biannual Bibliothon 2019 TBR

My plan is generally to only participate in one readathon per month, but the Winter Biannual Bibliothon is really just too amazing to resist.  Like my TBR for the NewYearsathon, I’m going to list out a few books for several of these prompts so I have some choices.  […]

2019 Reading Goals

A new year has officially begun, and with a new year comes a new set of challenges to shape my reading in 2019!  Creating goals to accompany my reading from year to year is a balancing act.  If I don’t set enough, I never push myself to try […]

Under-Hyped Readathon

Under-Hyped-Readathon!

So it’s about 3 AM my time, which means this post will probably be a little incoherent and jumbled.  That said, I wanted to share my plans to participate in the Under-Hyped Readathon hosted by Charlotte at RamblingsofanElfpire.  Her video describing the readathon is right here: In case […]