Let’s drown our Monday blues in coffee and books ♥
It’s time for more readathons!
1. Buzzword Readathon: March 18 – 24
This readathon was created by Kayla from Books and Lala and this time is being co-hosted by Chelsea from Chelsea Dolling Reads. I love this readathon, it’s a unique readathon based on reading books with a specific “buzzword” in the title. This round there are 6 buzzwords – Who, What, Where, When, How, and Why. Check out my TBR for this readathon here!
2. Zodiacathon: March 20 – 26
This is a readathon about reading books based off your zodiac signs! It was created by Kerri from Kerri the Book Belle and has tons of reading challenges! Check out their twitter page for all the details and how to find your signs to participate!
3. Sequelathon: March 21 – 31
The premise of this readathon is simple – read all the sequels you can in 10 days! A lot of us struggle with keeping up with all the amazing series out there, so now is your chance to prioritize them! Here is a link to their Twitter page for all the details on how to join!
I think this is the first week all year that none of the new releases are on my personal TBR. But there are some super hyped books coming out this week!
1. Girls With Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This is the one book from this week that was on my radar, and I was lucky enough to get an advance copy. This book is such a great read, and I highly recommend it! It’s about a group of girls at boarding school preparing them to be dutiful wives. This follows their story as they uncover the school’s secrets. Check out my full review here!!
This is a companion novel to The Wicker King, which I read earlier this year. While I did enjoy TWK, I don’t have any interest in continuing on in the world. However, this book has received some amazing early reviews! So if you enjoyed The Wicker King, pick this up for more Jack, August, and Rina!
I’m going to share a quick wrap up for the ReReadathon!
1. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I read this book for the first time my senior year of high school for AP English. And I absolutely loved it. I read the entire thing in a single sitting one afternoon (it’s short, only about 190 pages). This time around I read it a little slower, but loved it just as much. Everyone in here is SO flawed and that’s what I love most about it. All of the characters clearly they think they are doing the right thing, even though that’s clearly not true. And I just love the peek into and commentary on that part of society. Still one of my favorite classics.
Currently Reading / What’s Next
This week is the Buzzword Readathon so my entire TBR this week is dedicated to that! Check out my full TBR post here!
That’s it guys! What new releases are you planning to pick up? What are your reading plans for the week? Let’s chat in the comments below!