Monthly TBR, Reading Rivlary, TBR and Beyond Book Club

October 2020 TBR and Book Challenges

Hello! October is my favorite month and I am excited to get spooky, creepy books read. I am doing two book challenges this month. The first one I am doing is TBR and Beyond Book Club‘s All Hallow’s Eve Camp game. I am part of the Nightmare Crew for the game which will be really fun.

Also TBR and Beyond Book Club has several group reads in October that have creepy and scary theme.

My October TBR is the following…this is what I plan on reading unless my mood changes and read something else.

Also doing the Reading Rivalry challenges this month, theme for this month is Six of Crows.

What are you planning to read in October? Are you doing any reading challenges?

Magical Readathon, Reading Rivlary, TBR and Beyond Blog Tour

April 2020 Reading Challenges

I did not do a wrap up for March because I forgot but I read three books last month and I didn’t buy a lot of books either. I am hoping that this month reading will be better since I decided to do three book readathon/challenges. Trying to do these to help with having to stay inside all of the time and reading helps me with relaxing. Also trying something different with tracking the reading challenges that I participate in every month, I decided to use a bullet journal which is the first time using one.

TBR and Beyond Book Club April reading challenge called Mix and Match Reading Challenge.

Below is my TBR for Mix and Match Reading Challenge and my cards. I have already completed one of the the cards – Backlist Title – 2019 or before with Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare.

Reading Rivalry Reading Challenge – Star Wars theme of old Star Wars duo and new Star Wars duo. I am in the Mandalorian and The Child team. I am using the books I am reading for TBR and Beyond Book Challenge.

O.W.L.s Magical Readathon hosted by G (Book Roast) – the readathon is based on the magical world that J.K. Rowling had created. The Magical Readathon is based on two main events: the Ordinary Wizarding Level exams and the Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Tests which are the two main exams students take at Hogwarts to find out which career would be place in. In O.W.L.s level have 12 reading prompts for each magical subject and to passed the O.W.L.s you have to select books on the prompts. Also, G is hosting quizzes on Twitter and Instagram to receive House points. My house is Ravenclaw.

I selected to do the Librarian career and I am doing the Legal Defence of Fantastic Beast Seminar, I will need to complete 6 O.W.L.s to complete my exams. I did change one of the books for the prompt instead of reading A Witch in Time for History of Magic, I am reading Serpent & Dove for that prompt. I did complete one O.W.L.s prompt for Transfiguration, I read Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare.

Is anyone doing any of these reading challenges? Which ones are you doing?

Happy Reading and be safe!

JoAnne