On a preview post I mentioned that TBRs are not something that come easily for me because it’s hard to stick to it. This is actually a very last minute thing, I was not planning on joining the Magical Readathon but I got a nudge yesterday and made a TBR at 1am lol
So you might be asking, what is the Magical Readathon? It’s a Readathon based on the O.W.L.s and N.E.W.T.s exam from Hogwarts and created by Book Roast. The way it works is you will choose a Magical career path of your liking (such as Alchemist, Professor, Magizoologist, and others), each career has it’s own subjects and each subject is a prompt for a book. You can find more information on the announcement video here.
My original career choice was Librarian but unfortunately I don’t have books that match some of the subjects. Therefore, I’ve chosen Journalist, one of the careers with less subjects with only three of them. Maybe someday I’ll be brave enough to try to become an Alchemist.
And finally what this whole post is all about: the subjects, prompts and books I’ve chosen for my TBR!
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History of Magic: Witch Hunts, book featuring witches/wizards
These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling
Muggle Studies: Book from the perspective of a Muggle (Contemporary)
Summer Island by Natalie Normann
And 1 subject of my choosing, which is Ancient Runes: Heart Rune, heart on the cover or in the title
Heartless by Marissa Meyer
And that’s my very short TBR for the Readathon, of course this are not all the books I plan to read during the month. April is also the month I catch up with my arcs and I have a few others for book tours and such. A busy month for sure.