Olympic Games Possibility Pile!

Me? Participating in another read-a-thon? More likely than you think.

The Olympic Games is a Percy Jackson themed read-a-thon that will take place throughout the month of June, you can find the announcement video here.

I’ve starting to participate more, I started with the Magical Read-a-thon on March, Sea-May-den-athon in May, and this month I’m participating in Galleyathon and the Olympic Games! So in case you don’t know, I haven’t read Percy Jackson and the Olympians series yet. I read the first book in May, but I’m still waiting to receive my boxed set so I can continue with the journey.

Since I still don’t know much about the gods to say which cabin I prefer the most, I decided to do the quiz on which god do I descend from and got Poseidon. So let’s take a look at the prompts and the books I’ve selected for them!

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Magical Readathon TBR!

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.

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An Exciting November TBR!

I’m gonna start this by saying I LOVE NOVEMBER!

The year is coming to a close and this month holds a very special place in my heart, not only because of my birthday, but also many other things that make this time of year so exciting. There is nothing that can take out the enjoyment of this month from me. At least that’s what I hope, things at work have been very tripsy and everyone is on their toes.

So, in order to not let my spirits drown on work drama, I decided to read some good stuff (quite a vague characteristic, if you ask me) for this month. Starting with some that I left over from October and into my most expected read of the year; let’s get on to the list, shall we?

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