Good morning my dears,
I bet you weren’t expecting this post from me today…? Well, I was not expecting to be writing it either. On Saturday night, while picking up my next read for my pile, I realised that I’d made a fatal error. I had been picking the books at random, rather than following the rule of reading the A, E then O books. What a numpty.
So basically here I am, asking for forgiveness and basically starting again, a week after the readathon has actually started… If you would like to check out my previous post, you can find that one here, it explains the ins and outs of the readathon for you.
A – Read a book with magic in it – Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K Rowling (audiobook)
E – Read a book with a cover that charmed you – Circe by Madeline Miller
0 – A book you think will leave a mark – Floored by various authors
History of Magic
A – A book that would fit in at Hogwarts library – Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman
E – A book published at least 5 years ago – Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K Rowling (audiobook)
O – A book at least 400 pages long – Blankets by Craig Thompson
A – Read a book written by one of you favourite authors – Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss
E – Read a biography – I am I am I am by Maggie O’Farrell
O – Read a retelling – Slience of the Girls by Pat Barker
A – A book set in the past – Five Days of Fog by Anna Freeman
E – One of the most ancient books on your shelf – The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje
O – A book translated from another language – A Game We Play by Simona Vinci
And there we have it! My NEW N.E.W.T.S TBR! I really hope that I don’t miss this one up like I did the last time… To get more information on the readathon you can check out their Twitter account here.
Peace and pages