Cramathon TBR

Hey Guys,

So I know it has been forever since I have posted. I really do not have an explanation to why as well as I will not make any promises on how I will be posting more often. I have done that in the past and I have not held myself to those promises. What I will do is post this TBR I have for a readathon that is occurring this month.

Now that my summer has begun and no more required reading, I can finally get to the books that I really have been wanting to read. Which what better way to start your summer than with a Readathon.

This Readathon is the Cramathon this is run by different people within Youtube, they are as follow:


There is also a Cramathon twitter account that you can follow for any updates or possible reading sprints (although I am not sure if they will doing any sprints at all)


So Cramathon will run from June 10th through June 17th. There are Seven Challenges for this readathon and they are as followed:

1. A 5-Star predicted book
2. A book that is out of your comfort zone
3. A book that has been on your TBR for a long time
4. A LGBTQ+ Ownvoices Book
5. Something that is not a standard novel
6. A book with your favorite color on the cover
7. Read 7 books

These challenges were exciting for me, because one, I have not done a readahton in quite a while and have structure challenges are actually fun for me rather than restricting as it is for some, and two because they are different than some challenges I have been in other readathons.

Now to the books that I will during the Cramathon week:

As you can see I am hoping to complete all 7 challenges and since I really am not doing much during the week I do believe this goal is possible to complete. 

The books that correspond to each challenges are: 

1. A 5 Star Predicted Book
     For this one I actually have two possible ones, I can either use Undead Girl Gang By Lily Anderson or The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang. I have heard great things from people that have read each book, so it is safe to say I possibly will rate one these books high.

2. A Book out of your comfort zone
     The books that I decided to choose Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter, although I do read thriller books from time to time, I have heard that many people have found this book to be somewhat disturbing and honestly that enticed me to read it. I hope that this book will take me out of my usual comfort zone of contemporary reads with happy endings.

3. A book that has been on your TBR for a long time. 
    This challenge was the easiest challenge since I have so many books on my TBR that I have had in possession for quite some time. The book that I choose was Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. Honestly, I have no excuse to why I have not picked up this series, I have heard good things about it, but yet it still sits on my shelf. I decided this was the time to finally pick it up and read it or if not, it has to go. 

4. A LGBTQ+ Ownvoices book
   I chose Let's Talk about Love by Claire Kann. I have heard that this book does touch an big topics, one being Asexuality. When I looked at the books that I have read in the past I found out that I have yet to read a book that has focus on this topic, which in result got me very interested in reading it. 

5. Something that is not a standard novel
   This challenge was also easy for me. I decided to read Orange by Ichigo Takano. I have started this manga in the past and really enjoyed it. I just never finished it.

6. A book with your favorite color
   Well my favorite color is Black so I had many books to choose for this challenge, but I decided to go with Don't Touch by: Rachel M. Wilson. This is another book that I have had on my TBR for quite some time.

7. Read 7 books
    This books will end up being whichever book I did not choose to be my 5-Star predicted book which like I listed earlier could be Undead Girl Gang by: Lily Anderson or The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang.

Well there you guys go. I will be updating my progress on Goodreads for you want to follow my progress throughout this Readathon Week my link is down below:

I hope you all decided to participate as well. How else is a great way to kick off the summer than with a readathon, 

Thanks for Reading,



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