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End of Yearathon

End of Yearathon!

Hi All!

Today I am here to announce that I will be participating in the End of Yearathon which is hosted by Vicky at What Vicky Read and Amanda at Classy X Book Reviews

The aim of this readathon is try and fit in as many books into the final week of the year as you can so without further ado, these are the books I plan to read this week!


Along with the readathon, there were also a few prompts given for the challenge. I may not read all of these but it’s worth a try, eh?

Read A Book Released Before 2019
A Gift to Remember by Melissa Hill
I’m actually reading this with a friend at the moment and we have plans to finish it on New Year’s Eve!

Read A Diverse Book
Agent Zaiba Investigates: The Missing Diamonds by Annabelle Sami
This one just sounds like such an inclusive and interesting read. Definitely interested to give it a go.

Read A Book Under 300 Pages
The Strangeworlds Travel Agency by L. D. Lapinski
I’ve been following Lucy on twitter for a while now so I’ve been super excited for the release of her debut book. Now that I have a copy – it’s time to read it!

Read A 2019 Release
All The Things We Never Said by Yasmin Rahman
I’ve actually started reading this book – I did so in July. I put it down for a reason I no longer remember so I’m hoping to at least finish it now before the year ends!

Read A Book With A Red Cover (*cough* or blue *cough*)
Strangers by C. L. Taylor
So I really struggled with this prompt, turns out I don’t have very many red covers! So I am adding this book here which I am dying to read. This will be the last book I tackle I think.

Read A Book From a Series
A Heart So Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer
This is another book that I have already started but couldn’t get my depressed brain to fully engage with. I’m starting to feel more like myself and back into my hobbies so I’m hoping I can finish it before the year ends but if not, definitely before it’s released in January!

Are you joining in? What are you reading this week?

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