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Cramathon TBR

Although I have already done a TBR (To Be Read) for this month, there is a readathon going on which I am going to participate in. This readathon is the cramathon which is going to be taking place between July 10th at 12 AM midnight (your time zone) - July 13th at 11:59 PM (your timezone) and is hosted by whittynovels. The cramathon is designed to you catch up on your Goodreads goal by reading the smallest books on your shelf, although I am already 5 books ahead of my goal I thought it would still be fun to participate. There are also challenges to the readathon and I thought these are quite fun. So let’s get started…

A Bear Called Paddington (Paddington, #1)

Both are short books and I should be able to read them quickly. I want to read Paddington as the film came out last year and it will be nice to read the book before the film and Harry Potter is for another year-long challenge as I have to read a book published in 1997, the year I was born so it will be nice to reread it.


The Death HouseThis is a small hardback that shouldn't take me too long to read, I talked about it in my July TBR if you want to find more information about it. 









3. Read 2 books in 24 hours

This depends on if I can read two books in one day but I don’t have two books that I plan to read for this challenge.

 4. Read a graphic novel: Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

NimonaI plan to read Nimona as it is a graphic novel and it looks like a really fast read. Again I talked about it in my July TBR.










5. Read a book written in verseOn the Beach at Night Alone by Walt Whitman


I don’t have a book written in verse but I do have poetry so I am counting it as poetry is written in verse. 










The Assassin's Blade (Throne of Glass, #0.1-0.5)This is quite a long book and there are 4 novellas in it so if I just read one I will have completed this challenge.










7. Read 5 books total

If I read all the books I plan to read there will be 5 books in total.

Will you be taking part in the Cramathon, if so what will you be reading? Leave the comments below.

See you soon,

Amy


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