Short-a-thon

Hey guys! So yesterday I was looking for some readathons to join in so I can pass my reading goal. And I found one that’s comping up up in a few days and thought it was perfect for this time of the year.

The readathon I’m taking part in is short-a-thon! Created by Destiny (Howling Libraries) and Kathy (Books & Munches) read the original post here

In a not very detailed summary (seriously go read their post its much better) its a readathon dedicated to the shortest books on your tbr! its starts on the 21st and ends on the 31st!

My TBR

  • Almost midnight by Rainbow Rowell
  • We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
  • Sharp Objects by GIllian Flynn
  • The Butterfly Garden by Doy Hutchison
  • History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera
  • Bleachers by John Grishman
  • California Rolls by Roger L. Simpson
  • Geekerella by Ashley Poston
  • The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton
  • Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee

So I limited myself to around 300 pages since that’s the max I can read in about a day and a half. I hope to finish a few and at least have most of these started!

What’s your tbr for short-a-thon?

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7 thoughts on “Short-a-thon”

  1. Whiii! So happy you’re joining! 😀

    I really need to read more of Rainbow Rowell’s work. I absolutely LOVED Fangirl. Silvera seems to be a hit or miss with me since I loved one of his books but disliked another, haha. Hope you end up enjoying History Is All You Left Me though!

    Best of luck and happy reading!!

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    1. I loved Rainbow Roswell’s Carry on, and Silvera is just one of those authors that you either like or dislike hopefully I like this book of his haha

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