I have really loved taking part in Readathons lately, especially since being in lockdown. I feel that they are a great way to get through books on your ever growing TBR and they really do motivate you!
When I heard about the Believe in the Impossible Readathon (Believeathon) I knew I had to take part, especially as it’s all about Middle Grade, a genre that I love and haven’t read much of lately! The Readathon is being hosted by Gavin (TheGavGav7) and is taking place between 11th – 24th May and sounds like it’s going to be such fun! There’s a magical theme to it all, which makes it so unique and charming! You can find out all about the Readathon on the dedicated Twitter page if you fancy taking part.
Anyway, without further ado here’s my TBR for the Believathon!
Are you going to be taking part? If so what books are on your TBR?
The Poachers Pocket Inn (inspired by A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison): Read the first book in a series
I have had Murder Most Unladylike on my TBR for so long and I don’t know why I haven’t read it before now. I love a good mystery and am hoping this keeps me on my toes!
Baba Yaga’s House (Inspired by The House With Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson): Read a book featuring a family relationship
I love Onjali Rauf and can’t believe I haven’t gotten around to reading her latest work! From what I can tell it’s going to be an emotional read, featuring a strong sibling relationship. If it’s anything like The Boy at the Back of the Class I know I am going to cry.
100 Acre Wood (Inspired by Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne): Read a book with a yellow cover, spine or back cover
I haven’t read a circus themed book for such a long time, so am looking forward to getting stuck into this one! I have been excited to read it for ages, ever since meeting the author at my local Waterstones several months ago.
The Brolly Rail (Inspired by Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend): Read a book featuring transportation or with some mode of transportation on the cover
I have heard so many great things about this book and I have been intrigued by it since it came out earlier this year. I’ve also never read a M.G. Leonard novel before, so this will be something new.
The Book-Keeper’s Stronghold (Inspired by Frostheart by Jamie Littler): Read the next book in a series (a sequel, third book, fourth book, etc.)
This is the second book in the Umbrella Mouse series and it’s actually an e-arc that I received via Netgalley. I LOVED the first book in this series and you don’t know how much I am buzzing to read this sequel. I am just hoping it’s as good.
2 thoughts on “My TBR for the Believe in the Impossible Readathon!”
This sounds like so much fun! Definitely want to get involved
It’s gonna be a great readathon!