On Saturday Anniek and I announced our Netgalley Readathon called #NetgalleyLibrary to motivate us all to read those earcs and boost our ratios. You can find out all the info on how to join in the announcement post on my blog and on my Instagram.
As well as TBR and Wrap up posts on my blog I’ll be updating my Instagram story regularly with my progress, so follow me to stay updated!Now onto my actual TBR, for this readathon Anniek and I set seven challenges so I’ve picked a book for each prompt:
》 Read a hyped book
I’ve been super excited about The Switch by Beth O’Leary since finding out about it, I absolutely adored the author’s debut, The Flatshare so I was delighted to receive an early copy of The Switch. Unfortunately time slipped away from me and it published last week but that means I’m even more determined to read and review it as soon as possible.
》 Read your oldest title
So my oldest title is Nowhere on Earth by Nick Lake and I can shamefully admit that this book has been waiting over a year to be read. It falls into that category of books that sounded amazing when I requested them and then just never read.. now is finally it’s time!
》 Read your newest title
Incendiary by Zoraida Córdova is one of my newest titles and also a buddy read with my co-host Anniek, I’ll be reviewing this book on my blog and Instagram on publication day so this is a definite must read!
》 Read your longest title
Another long timer on my Netgalley list is King of Fools by Amanda Foody. I was undecided over whether or not to reread Ace of Shades before reading this sequel but time is up and I’m now just going to dive straight in!
》 Read your shortest title
A tiny cheat of sorts here because I started Becoming Dinah by Kit de Waal last week, I reached page 12, then Anniek and I decided on this readathon so I am continuing on from page 12 today, it’s still my shortest book though.. I think.
》 Read an upcoming release
I can not tell you how excited I am for Good Girl Bad Blood by Holly Jackson, the author’s debut and the first book in this series was my favourite book last year. I can’t wait to read on about detective Pip!
》 Read a book with a pretty cover
It was so hard to choose a book with a pretty cover, they are spoiling us this year, but I decided to prioritise the books that have been waiting a few months for a review and so I picked Jackpot by Nic Stone.
Will you be joining our readathon? Let me know in the comments and link your TBR so I can see what you’ll be reading.Bookishly yours,Hâf