I cannot believe the #BooktubeAThon is upon us again. This time I even managed to be on vacation for the whole read-a-thon, so I hope to get a lot of reading done.
The BooktubeAThon will start on Monday and go until Sunday (17th – 24th), more information can be found on the designated Youtube channel.
I will not be posting any videos on Youtube, but I just might post some pictures on my Instagram account and I will also be participating in the reading challenges:
1. Read a book with yellow on the cover. – More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
I got this book in my Owlcrate over a year ago and I still haven’t read it! This books sounds like a lot of fun and I cannot wait to dive into it!
2. Read a book only after sunset. – Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs
This kind of creepy conclusion to the Miss Peregrine’s trilogy has been way too long on my to-read shelf and it seems to fit into this category to read late at night.
3. Read a book you discovered through booktube. – Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson
This book is highly popular with the booktube community and since I am reading one Morgan Matson book every month until I have read anything by her since May, this seemed like a perfect opportunity to read this book.
4. Read a book by one of your favorite authors. – The Princess Diaries: Sixsational by Meg Cabot
I have loved Meg Cabot for a long time and during the last BooktubeAThon I read the first book in the Princess Diaries series. It just feels right to continue with the series.
5. Read a book that is older than you. – The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
It was not easy for me to pick a book that I already owned and that was older than 25 years and not a classic. I didn’t find a suitable read for a read-a-thon until this book jumped out at me. We’ll see what I think of this choice.
6. Read and watch a book-to-movie adaptation. – Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern
I have wanted to read the book and watch the movie since I have gotten a copy of the book and the movie came out. Although the copy of the book that I have looks big, the whole concept is a mixture of letters, e-mails and notes.
7. Read seven books. – Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 3 by Kyousuke Motomi
Something light and fluffy like a romance shoujo manga is never a bad choice, especially if I want a break from reading books with just letters and get to flip through beautiful drawings and a cutesy story to accompany the art.
I am beyond excited to be participating in the read-a-thon! I haven’t been in a great reading mood for the past few months, it seems, and I just need to get back on track.
Hopefully I will also manage to read all of the seven books. Wish me luck!
Until next time: happy reading! 🙂