Authorathon: the Wrap-up

AuthorathonFor the past week, April 18-24, I participated in the Authorathon, a new readathon created by booktuber Joana Sousa, and cohosted with Sam, another booktuber, at Thoughts on Tomes. The purpose of this readathon was to focus on an author, or authors, whose books you want read, and I succeeded in that part. I reread a book by an author whose work I initially wasn’t enthused about and started a book by an author who I wasn’t sure I would like.

So reading-wise, this readathon went well despite my week being crazy busy. However, I forgot that there are activities during readathons and so I forgot to check in on Twitter to participate in reading sprints and such. I just totally forgot about that part. Also, I didn’t do updates throughout. I didn’t have the time for it. The challenges for the Authorathon were as follows:

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Weekend Reads #44: Authorathon

Weekend Reads is a weekly discussion on a variety of topics. At the end of the post, I’ll include what I plan to read on the weekend.

This weekend’s topic:

Authorathon: a readathon

Authorathon

It’s no longer the weekend but I thought, “What the heck. I’ll go ahead and do a Weekend Reads post anyway.” The reason for this post is to announce that I will be participating in a readathon called the Authorathon, which runs April 18-24, that was created by booktuber Joana Sousa and cohosted with Sam, another booktuber, at Thoughts on Tomes. The purpose of this readathon is to focus on an author, or authors, whose books you want read.

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