Reading is a hobby but I am on a warpath to make it more challenging than it has to be. 2019 Sumedha was avoiding reading challenges and readathons because she was a mood reader and could never read books for the prompts. 2020 Sumedha decided to make readathons bend to her books instead. Did it… Continue reading I Juggled 7 Readathons (and barely passed) // November Reading Challenges Update
Hey y'all! 2020 is the first year where I take on reading challenges/readathons for the first time. I mentioned all the ones I'm participating in last year, and I was hesitant if I'll be able to truly keep up with them. But I'm trying! In this post, I'll go through my updates on every challenge… Continue reading January Reading Challenges update + February goals
Hi everyone! It's been a hot minute since I've posted something but I did manage to do a lot life and reading-wise in that time. In today's post, I just want to briefly talk about the books I read for a readathon which I participated in last month. #readaton was a week-long readathon where we… Continue reading Read-A-Ton challenge wrap up
I love readathons. If you don't know what readathons are, they're virtual events where many readers read during a certain time-frame and there may be prompts for what books to read, challenges, reading time goals etc. They're super fun because others are reading at the same time and it motivates you to read even more.
While I love readathons and want to participate in all of them, I'm usually unable to. Every time a readathon interests me, I either have plans or a lot of work to do. And this time was no exception. But I really wanted to participate. I just got out of my reading slump of over two months but still wasn't back to the same reading pace as before. I thought this readathon would help, and it did!
The #7d7bReadathon was hosted by @ecstatic_yet_chaotic on Instagram with the goal of reading any 7 books in 7 days, 16th through 22nd July.