Borrow-A-Book-Athon | 28th June – 4th July

Hello, hello, hello!

Yes, I’m here attempting to run another readathon. This one was incredibly spur-of-the-moment, but it’s something I’ve been thinking about. And it’s going to help me for sure. I thought it might help some others too!

I don’t know about you guys, but I have lists of books that I want to read from the library, Scribd, and now on Kindle Unlimited for a trial. The audiobooks are fine, physical library books are fine. But do I bother to actually read all those e-books I actually want to read? Nah. I also have a friend who has basically created her own TBR game to help her pick which of the many of her marked books she should actually get out from the library next. That’s pretty next-level stuff.

So, why not run a readathon where we all focus on reading books that we want to borrow.

Doesn’t matter if it’s physical books you’ve borrowed from a library or a friend; e-books or audiobooks you’ve been meaning to get to from whatever services you like to borrow books from. So many readathons focus on reading books we’ve owned, or we’ve been given to review. It’s so easy to forget about the books I want to borrow when I already have so many books that I own that I need to read.

It’ll be nice to have some time to just sit and focus on some of the books that I want to borrow. So let’s just do it.

There are no prompts. You just need to be reading books that you’ve borrowed from somewhere!

So from the 28th of June to the 4th of July, I’m hosting Borrow-A-Book-Athon!

You can check out our Twitter here! I hope you’ll join us and tag us in your reads.

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