Trees of Reverie December Read-A-Thon

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It’s time for the December Trees of Reverie Read-A-Thon! I have a lot of fun with this one, because I love following the posts on Tumblr and Instagram, and also because it really motivates me to do a bit more reading during a week – including school days – than I usually do. This read-a-thon technically started yesterday, but since I already had a post scheduled I decided to go ahead and just post this today instead. I will be tracking my daily progress this time around – hopefully it will help to keep me motivated! – and you’ll be able to follow that by looking at THIS POST should you be interested. I’ve actually already read one book so am having a nice start to this whole read-a-thon thing. :)

I am setting a tentative goal of reading [3] books during this read-a-thon. That’s far more than I usually read in a week, so I’m not sure I’ll be able to accomplish it, but I figure I’ll give it a try and see how it goes. The list below will be the books I’m choosing from this time around, not counting the audiobook of The Dream Thieves which I will be listening to in the mornings as I get ready for work.

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snowlikeashes thefall thisshatteredworld princessofthornshellhole  curefordreaming mytruelovegavetome stitchingsnow

readathongoals
-Read at least 1 hour a day M-F and 3 hours a day on both Saturdays/Sundays
-Participate in 2 Daily Bookish Challenges
-Chart my progress across different social media platforms

Feel free to follow me on Goodreads, Tumblr, Instagram and Twitter in order to see my updates!

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One Response to Trees of Reverie December Read-A-Thon

  1. Pingback: December in Review | Read and Reviewed

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