Ebook-A-Thon TBR | 4

October 26, 2019 | Posted by Victoria in Readathons & Challenges, TBR | 3 Comments

It’s time for another round of Ebookathon! This is a readathon where we read the unread books we keep collecting on our ereaders! I know I have a serious problem about buying books because they sound good or are on sale or someone recommended them, but then forget about them and never read them (oops), so I’m excited to finally get to those books!

This round takes place October 27 – November 2. We have tbr challenges, reading sprints, and Instagram challenges for you to participate in as well. Instagram challenges and sprints will be announced the day of, but we already have our tbr challenges posted on our instagram and twitter account (make sure to follow both our insta and twitter pages because that’s where we’ll be sharing information about challenges and sprints). Without further ado, our challenges for this round of the readathon are:

  • Daily deal impulse buy
  • Book you meant to read in a previous round
  • Highest rated on your ebook TBR
  • Lowest rated on your ebook TBR
  • Shortest book in your ebook TBR


I usually set a pretty ambitious TBR, but because I’m super busy right now I’m trying to make a manageable TBR that won’t overwhelm me.

Soft on Soft – I’ve had this book on my kindle for a few months now and haven’t read it even though I’ve heard good things about it. I’m reading this for the shortest book on your TBR. Not sure how long it actually is, but it’s a novella so I know it’s a lot shorter than the full length novels I have.

Mine Until Moonrise – I think this book is the highest rated on my TBR (from what I remember when I looked through Goodreads). I picked this book up last month and am eager to pick it up soon.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape – So…this book has been on my kindle since last year…when I received it as an ARC….I can’t believe I haven’t read this yet, so I’m hoping to get to it this round of ebookathon. Technically this book wasn’t on my TBR for the last round of this readathon, but it’s been on my general TBR a few times and I haven’t picked it up so I’m counting it towards the read a book from a previous TBR.

Tell me if you’ve read any of these books and if you’re participating in Ebookathon!
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3 responses to “Ebook-A-Thon TBR | 4

  1. Liv

    I haven’t read or heard of any of those books. I can’t do e-book-a-thons since I just don’t read quickly with my own eyeballs. I no longer have the kind of attention span for that. So now the only time I really e-book read is when I have to take the subway or I can’t get the book in audiobook format. Whenever the latter happens, it’s a slow reading journey to read that book.

    Good luck with your reading sprints!

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