I’m back with my third and FINAL TBR post for May! This is the final readathon I’m taking part in for May, but honestly I am SO excited for it! If you know me, you’ll know I absolutely LOVE true crime. Books, TV shows, podcasts – sign me up for it all.
So when I saw this readathon hosted by RachaelIsBooked I knew I had to take part! This readathon runs from 21st May – 28th May and has a few prompts to focus on each stage of being a detective; from Armchair Detective to Interpol! I’m so excited to read some of the true crime books on my TBR, and can’t wait to show you my TBR!
Here are the prompts:
Let’s go into it!
Armchair Detective: An Infamous Case – Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Serial Killer
Police Academy: Non-Violent Crime – The Great Escape by Paul Brickhill
Police Officer: Hometown Murder – Ian Brady by Dr Alan Keightley
Homicide Detective: Solved Case – Fred & Rose by Howard Sounes
Cold Case Detective: Unsolved Case –
FBI Agent: Serial Killer/ Mass Murder – Mass Killers by David J. Krajicek
Interpol: International Case – Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi
My final TBR is now done for he month! If you missed my other two you can find them here:
Are you taking part in this readathon? What’s on your TBR? Let me know below!
Until next time,
Once again I’m back with a VERY late TBR post. This month I thought I’d test myself by not just doing ONE readathon – oh no – I thought I’d do THREE. Because apparently I love to test myself!!!!
If you missed it, my first readathon TBR post went live yesterday which you can find here: MentalHealthAThon TBR!.
I’ve also been busy this month with getting through another TBR – this time for the Bookemon Badgeathon which is hosted by Tome Infinity! This TBR also runs for the entire of May, and I have been loving taking part! I’ve not been “officially” keeping up because of other reasons unfortunately, but my TBR has been keeping me going at least!
Let’s get into it!
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I’m back with my readathon TBR posts! I still absolutely adore doing readathons, and when I saw this one – I knew I just had to do it. The idea behind it is so amazing and I think it’s SO important to read these books. As someone who deals with mental health issues on a daily basis, I was shocked to see how little representation I had on my shelf – so this month that is going to change!
I know this TBR is VERY late going up – but I figured it’s better late than never!
This readathon runs from the 1st May until the 31st May and is hosted by A Beautiful Chaos of Books and it has this beautiful bingo board of prompts!
Let’s talk about my TBR! If you want to know the full details of the readathon and the prompts please find it here!
Group Book: Sparrow by Sarah Moon
Own Voices: The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness
Non-Fiction: Depression and Other Magic Tricks by Sabrina Benaim
Anxiety Rep: Under Rose Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall
Schizophrenia Rep: Challenger Deep by Neal Schusterman
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It’s Blogtober Day 11! Today I have ANOTHER TBR for you! The books I’m including are already in my BYOBAThon TBR, but I love the idea of Spookathon and really want to get these read in the week of Spookathon!
Spookathon is a readathon hosted by BooksandLala and I’m super excited to join in! October is my favourite reading month of the year, and I hope I get to all these!
Challenge 1: Read a Thriller
The Confession by Jo Spain – I’m super excited to read this after Sarah’s recommendation!
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It’s Day 3 of Blogtober, and today I have a TBR for the month for you! As you know I really love doing readathons, and I saw that this one was happening for the entire of October so of course I knew I had to do it!!! The BYOBThon is run by Lost and Bound Books who you can find here – TWITTER!
It’s also the month of spooks so naturally I have tried my best to choose creepy books or spooky books where I can!
Anyway let’s get to my TBR! It’s very ambitious and I’ve chosen as many of the categories as I have answers for. I almost definitely won’t get to all of them, but I have to have hope at least!
A Book and it’s Sequel
This Mortal Coil and This Cruel Design by Emily Suvada!
A Book with an Pumpkin Orange Cover
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline – it’s about time!
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I’m back with my BookTubeAThon 2018 TBR! I had SO much fun last year with the BTAT 17, and managed to read all of the books I set, and do the majority of the bookstagram and video challenges – it was one of the best weeks ever!
I’m so excited to once again be taking part in it this year, however due to having no wifi at home I probably won’t be able to take part in any of the booktube challenges *cries forever*. I still want to take part in the readathon though, so I will be doing as many of the bookstagram challenges and the reading challenges as I can fit around work!
Anyway let’s get into my TBR! There are so many amazing challenges this year, and I love them so let’s talk about it!
Coin Toss Choice:
For this challenge Ariel wants us to let a coin decide what we read, which I think is so much fun! I picked two books, The Dazzling Heights by Katharine McGee and The Shock of the Fall, and then tossed a coin to decide which one and the winner was…
The Dazzling Heights by Katharine McGee!
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This is my first month that I have been COMPLETELY FREE of deadlines, so I am ready to kick my freedom off with a good ol’ readathon! As you know, I’ve been wanting to take part in more readathon’s this year – (so far I’ve taken part in Wonder Week, Munches in March, #Thriller-A-Thon and #TimeHop-A-Thon!) and this is one that I am SO excited for!
I absolutely ADORE Marvel and I love reading (obviously) so this is perfect together! Jamieson from Jamishelves created this read-a-thon, and I think it’s genius! The idea is to read a book for each Marvel film released in each ‘Phase’, and you can’t move on to the next phase until completing the previous one – just like the films did! Here is the board below:
Now to get on to discuss my TBR! I’m sorry that this will be such a long post, but I have planned a book for each film just in case!
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I finished Munches in March! What an amazing readathon it was, and I got much more read than I ever expected to so I’m very happy with that and I can’t wait to show you all what I read on the bingo card!
If you don’t know what Munches in March is, then check out my post for my TBR here: Munches in March TBR!. It was so much fun, a month long readathon – what isn’t to love!
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So it’s officially April which means that Wonder Week has been over for a couple of weeks now, but I’m only just finding the time to write about it – I know I’m a bad blogger!
Anyway, if you don’t know what Wonder Week is, then check out my post for my TBR here: Wonder Week TBR!. It was a week long readathon, and I really tried my best to get to as many books as I could but unfortunately didn’t do as well as I hoped!
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I’m back with ANOTHER readathon TBR! I’m having so much fun doing them, and it’s letting me get a lot of reading done too!
Rimpy from RimpysReads is hosting the Wonder Week readathon from the 18th to the 25th March (Yes I know it already started! I’m catching up!) – and I’m ready to share my TBR! Here is the bingo table – I’m going to try my best to read at least five books which is the intention of the week, but I’ve given myself options!
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