If you are unaware what the Buzzword Readathon/Challenge is see my prior postHERE. Last month the buzzword prompt was to pick a book with direction related words in the title and I ended up completing Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough which I really enjoyed! For June the buzzword is the word all and for that my options are options:
All of Us Villains by Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman
I’ve made the last minute decision to participate in Medieval-A-Thon this month! I am going to try my best to complete at least one of the professions and become a Princess but I would love to make it to the Empress! I have chosen a Blacksmith as my profession and if I have time later in the month I will pick another profession and try to complete as many prompts from that as well.
Read a book with gold, silver or bronze in the title or cover
If you are unaware what the Buzzword Readathon/Challenge is see my prior postHERE. Last month the buzzword prompt was to pick a book with size related words in the title and I ended up completing All Her Little Secrets by Wanda M. Morris which was a little disappointing. For May the buzzword prompt is direction related words and I have a couple options:
There is another round of Tome Topple that starts today! I love this readathon because it gives me that push to pick up those longer books that I have been putting off! For this round Thoughts on Tomes from Booktube has chosen 20 prompts that we can pick from and I have decided to do a random number generator to pick 5 numbers that will correspond to a prompt. I am going to aim to complete at least two of these books but even if I only get to one I’m going to count it as a success!
2. A Sequel Tome – Gods and Monsters by Shelby Mahurin
12. Tome set in a non-European inspired setting – House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J Maas
9. Tome based on a historical event – The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow
11. Standalone tome – House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski
13. Tome centering a romance – Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare
If you are unaware what the Buzzword Readathon/Challenge is see my prior postHERE. Last month the buzzword was a location in the title and for that I read The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley which was a dramatic ride. With April the prompt is to pick a book with size related words in the title and I already know what I am going to read for this and it is:
Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaiporta & Dhonielle Clayton