Easter Readathon - My TBR

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So, I'm really excited to say that I am taking part in my first ever Readathon over the Easter Weekend! 

The Easter Readathon was created by Kate at Reading Through Infinity and you can check out her post about it here

The premise is essentially to read as much or as many books as you can between Friday 19th - Monday 22nd April. 

Kate is going to be hosting reading sprints throughout the challenge on twitter using #EasterReadathon so do check that out!

There are also extra challenges you can do throughout the Readathon which are:

The Easter Readathon bingo card. Categories include:

Read a book that's spring or summer themed
Read an LGBTQIAP+ book
Read a book by a new-to-you author
Read a book by an author of colour
Read a book that involves an animal or pet
Read a graphic novel that's been on your TBR for ages
Read a book about new beginnings
Read a book with a yellow or green cover

I am going to be doing a few of these challenges which I'm really excited about!

Anyway I've rambled on long enough, lets get to the part where I show you my TBR for the Readathon...

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My Easter Readathon TBR

Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman
Categories: Read a book by a new-to-you author & read a book that's spring or summer themed.

The Boy At the Back of the Class by Onjali Q Rauf
Categories: Read a book by an author of colour

Swimming Against the Storm by Jess Butterworth
Categories: Read a book that involves an animal or pet & read a book with a yellow or green cover

The Skylarks War by Hilary McKay
Categories: Read a book about new beginnings 

What If It's Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera 
Categories: Read a LGBTQIAP+ book

I think I can manage five books in the four day period! I am hoping to just be able to sit down and read without any distractions. 

Are you taking part in this readathon? Or have you taken part in Readathons in the past?

Let me know!

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