I know we have both uploaded our TBRs for the Shelf Help Readathon today and you’ve probably read a similar line to this in Sarah’s post but in case you missed it, we are co-hosting a readathon with our pals Jaz and Sharn! I know we helped create it but I really love it and I’m so excited to start. Read on for a reminder of the details and to see what my reading intentions are for the readathon!
In case you want a little reminder, our Shelf Help Readathon is a very Spring-themed readathon. It’s all about dusting off those books that may have been sat on your shelves for a while as well as being kind to yourself. It will take place from May 16 – 30 and it’s perfectly fine if you have time only for one prompt! Don’t feel like you have to do them all.
I have been so excited to choose my books for this based off the prompts and it did take quite a bit of thinking. I’m just so happy I decided to make a spreadsheet of books I own a while ago as it made it so much easier to go through them that way than dig through a fair amount of shelves!
Here are my choices for each prompt/challenge:
The Book That Keeps Surviving
Read A Book You Keep Almost Donating – We Used to Be Kings by Stewart Foster
Did I Actually Want To Read This?
Read A Book That’s Been On Your TBR The Longest – Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman
Read A Book You Bought For The Cover – The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui
Read A Book You Started But Never Finished – Hold Still by Nina LaCour
Read The Shortest Book On Your TBR – The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis
I have wanted to read all of these for a while now and it’s about time I picked them up off my shelf to actually read them and not just dust them off every now and then. I have picked 2 for Did I Actually Want to Read This? because I couldn’t pick between them and I am aiming to read all 6 of these over the two weeks (fingers crossed!).
Check out Sarah’s TBR here!
Are you joining? What are you planning to read?