If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ve surely noticed that I love readathons–or, at least, signing up for readathons and making ambitious TBRs that I know I won’t finish and not reading during the actual readathons. One of my favorite readathon events is Dewey’s 24-hr readathon, which happens usually every October and April. This year, they’re bringing back pre-readathon events, which include prompts to complete before the readathon starts. I hope to accomplish at least a couple of the pre-readathon prompts, and maybe read for a few hours on the day of the actual event.
Today, I’m sharing my TBR for the pre-readathon. Please note, my TBR does not include all of the prompts, so if you’re interested in every prompt, check out their announcement post.
Read a “long” book (over 500 pages)
Read a “spooky” book (your own definition of spooky is fine)
Read a book that is 75% one color on the cover.
Read a book that was published in the last 18 months
Read a book set in the Fall or with a cover that looks like it is Fall (leaves changing, etc)
– Read at least 75% of a book when it’s dark outside
Read a book with a main character or author whose first name starts with the same letter as your first name.
Take five books you really want to read and put them in a randomizer and read whichever one is chosen.
Read a book that is set in a location you wish you could visit or live in. This location can be real or imaginary.