Literally the most ridiculous thing I’ve done. I’m laughing.
Hey guys! Today I’m going to show all the things I’m going to be reading for the 7 in 7 readathon. The 7 in 7 readathon is a yearly readathon where you have to read seven things in seven days. There are challenges as well, but the primary goal is to read seven things in seven days. These don’t have to be books mind; literally anything can be used, just as long as it has words on it. So here is my TBR for the week.
I planning on reading so many things. Even more than the prescribed amount! I plan on reading 14 things this readathon. Wow! Let’s break apart what these things are:
1. Siege Etiquette by Katie Cotugno
2. Print Shop by Nina Lacour
3. Hourglass by Ibi Zoboi
4. Click by Katharine McGee
5. The Intern by Sara Shepard
6. Somewhere that’s Green by Meredith Russo
7. The Way We Love Here by Dhonielle Clayton
8. Oomph by Emery Lord
9. The Dictionary Of You And Me by Jennifer L. Armentrout
10. The Unlikely Likelihood Of Falling In Love by Jocelyn Davies
11. 259 Million Miles by Kass Morgan
12. Something Real by Julie Murphy
13. Say Everything by Huntley Fitzpatrick
14. The Department Of Dead Love by Nicola Yoon
Now you may think, 14 books?! Well, technically they aren’t books. I’m reading an anthology. One book. Meet Cute.
That’s the ridiculous part. BUT it still counts. 14 short stories totally counts, and if it doesn’t, I’m just going to bend the rules to fit short stories. CAUSE I’M A BOSS. *ahem*
Now the challenges that it meets are:
- Read 7 things in 7 days – BAHAHA doing that…hmm
- Read something with yellow on it – My copy of Meet Cute is yellow, so yay!
- Read something outside your comfort zone – I don’t think I’ve ever read a book of short stories, soo
- Read something that takes place outside or you can read something while outside – I can read one of these stories while outside, no problem
- Read something that starts with your first initial – I’ll read Click by Katherine McGee for this challenge.
- Read something and then make a meal/drink/something edible that matches the book OR read a book based off your favourite meal/drink – This is a streeeetch, but Meet Cute has the word cute in the title, and I thought To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before was a cute story, and Lara Jean baked cookies, so I’ll be making cookies during the week. I’m shaking my head at myself.
- Read something that takes place somewhere that resembles your home – There’s a story in the anthology called Somewhere That’s Green, which reminds me of Ireland, so I’ll use that.
So that is my strange lil’ TBR for the readathon. I hope you enjoyed this blog post and be sure to participate in the readathon yourself, and have loads of fun. I hope you have the best day and I’ll see you later with another post. Bye!