So you all voted for me to post this at the end of January, so here you guys are. Today is my TBR for Literary Lily’s readathon that is happening throughout the month of February and I am beyond excited for it! I have linked her and my other cohosts in my announcement post here, so make sure to go and check them out and their TBRs too!
I know you guys know how readathon TBRs work but I’ll explain it anyway…
I’m going to list all the prompts and then the books I will use to fill those prompts. I won’t list which toys I am going to steal, I will post about them on my twitter as I read them as I need to watch/read some other TBRs to figure out which books I can read and I have a busy reading month so I dint know how many books I can fit in.
Let’s get into it!
Frostheart, by Jamie Littler
Woody: a book with a historical setting
Ever Alice, by H.J Ramsey
It’s classed as historical fiction on goodreads and it’s an Alice in Wonderland retelling so I know that it’s going to be good.
Peas in a Pod: a book featuring close siblings
Children of Virtue and Vengeance, by Tom Adeyemi
The MC Zelie has a very close relationship with her brother because, given that he trekked across the kingdom with her to go and rescue magic so this definitely fits the bill!
Mr Pricklepants: a book you consider “serious”
The Black Kids, by Christine Hammonds Reed
This book is going to be properly serious because it’s about race and any book about race is going to be serious.
Chuckles: a book you think is sad
The Beeker of Aleppo, by Christy Lefteri
I know that this book is going to be sad, I can just feel it. I mean it’s about war and refugees so we know that it’s going to at least destroy me in some respect.
Trixie: a book that has computers at the focus
A Pocketful of Stars, by Aisha Busby
The book is about video games, at least that is my understanding of it at least and video games include computers. I think that the MC gets sucked into a video game at one point? I don’t really know but I’m sure it fits the prompt.
Buttercup: a fantasy book
The Hobbit. by J.R.R.Tolkein
I’m reading this as part of a Lord of the Rings Readalong I’m doing with some bookish friends and of course the Hobbit is a fantasy book so it fits perfectly.
Dolly: a book with a purple cover
Broken Branches, by Vaneeta Kaur
The book has a purple cover, I think that this is pretty self explanatory.
Froky: read some trash
I know that this is a hard prompt because everyone has a different definition of trash BUT I decided to go for..
Would Like to Meet, by Rachel Winters
I know that romance isn’t necessarily trash but it is a bit of a guilt pleasure of mine and that is why I put it down for this prompt.
I hope that you guys decide to join me and if you’re not on my team feel free to steal one of my books haha.
Stay safe, stay healthy and keep learning!
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