Trees Of Reverie Read-A-Thon| Goals & Announcements

tumblr_n6mnr4BEoq1s52v17o1_1280The Read-A-Thon officially started today! I thought I would announce some of my goals/ how I am going to handle my updates for the read-a-thon. If you haven’t seen my makeshift TBR List for this read-a-thon you can check it out HERE!

♠ Updates : I plan to do an update for the read-a-thon every three days. I figured every day is too much, but if you are curious/ following my rambles and rants I figured I would do more than just the read-a-thon wrap-up.

♠ Goals: There is a list that was created of prompts and challenges. I am not really going at this with the expectation of completing any, but if I do than awesome! I will include the list at the end and bold the ones/ categories the books I am planning on reading fit into. Other than that I don’t have set goals other than read a lot and all of my free time (not like thats not what I do as it is) I really do hope I finish Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch which is the book I am currently reading and being able to read another like 2 books would be super awesome as well!

♠ Reading Prompts:

Read a popular or well-known book
Read a book you’ve heard a lot of good things about
Read a book you’ve never heard of before
Read something recommended to you by a friend
Read a book with an upcoming movie adaptation
Read a book from your Goodreads to-read shelf
Read a book to go towards a specific reading challenge
Read a book you received as a gift or from a giveaway
Read a book you received in exchange for an honest review
Re-read one of your favourite books
Read one of your best friend’s favourite books
Pick up a book that looks like a fun/light read
Pick out a book from your TBR jar and give it a go
Pick a colour and choose a book with that colour on it’s cover
Go to the library and borrow out the first book that looks good
Go to a bookstore and ask for a book recommendation
Read something you need to read for school, university or work
Read a book you’ve been meaning to read
Read a book you’ve been avoiding
Read a book you’ve had lying around unfinished

♠ Reading Challenges:

Finish an entire book in ONE day
Read a book by an author you haven’t read before
Read a book about books
Read a book written by a local author
Read outside
Read out loud (read a minimum of one full page!)
Finish a book in a series you’ve not yet completed
Read a graphic novel or manga
Read a book with an LGBTQ+ character #weneeddiversebooks
Read a Classic
Read a book in the Fantasy genre
Read a book in the Contemporary genre
Read a book from a genre you don’t usually read
Read The Name of the Wind for bookmad’s Book Club
Read a book featured in booktown’s Book Club
Read a book featured in the Summer Reading Book Club
Take part in the Harry Potter Book Club
Read a poetry book
Read a collection of short stories
Read a book written by or focusing on POC #weneeddiversebooks
Read a book by an indie or self published author
Read a book from thebooker’s Underrated Book Project
Read a book from thebookishdragon’s Book Lovers List
Recommend a book to a friend or a fellow book blogger
Join discussions on the Treesofreverie Read-A-Thon Goodreads Group
Share some of your favourite quotes from the books you read
Write a book review for one of the books you read
Share your progress and updates through video (book vlogging)
Take pictures of your reading progress
Show off your books by taking more pictures
Start a TBR Jar/box/etc.
Start a reading journal
Organise a ‘Blind Date with a Book’ with friends
Organise a book swap with friends




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