April has me with a (comparatively) lighter galley reading list so I am all for participating in more readathons this month, which is why I went with these 5 below. There are plenty of good readathons this month, and some I really wanted to do (like the A-Spec April or the OWLs Magical Readathons or the Unsolved readathon -> check those out, they sound really interesting) but couldn’t do because (a) I had already decided on these and (b) I didn’t have books ready for those.
Hosted by Books and Munches, this readathon is for reading contemporary books.
I have decided on these 5 books to read:
Autistic Pride Readathon (month-long)
Hosted by Becca, this readathon is devoted to read books featuring autistic experiences, or by autistic authors. It also has a bingo board for the challenges!
YALL!!! I collaborated with the wonderful @jellyfable & she made me a beautiful a bingo board for an Autistic Pride Month readathon in April!
— PARTICIPATE IN MY AUTISTIC PRIDE READATHON (@beccasbookrealm) March 26, 2019
Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon (April 6-7)
Once again, I am taking part in the Dewey’s readathon which a 24-hours-long event-filled readathon. (It’s not necessary to read for the ENTIRE day, mind you). No set TBR because I prefer mood-reading for such readathon, but I think I might read the following books:
Off the Grid Readathon (April 12-14)
With a readathon focused on staying off distractions, I hope to catch up on my Goodreads reading challenge (I am currently 6 books behind *cries*)
Audiobookathon (April 15-28)
This is a two week long “readathon” created by
@BkishPorcupine where we listen to audiobooks!
I always love reading audiobooks and I thought I will finally read a couple from my Audible library (which had been neglected), and then if I still have time some other audio books.