Readathon News: Ongoing Readathons

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

There are no readathons going on for this week.

Ongoing Readathons Mentioned Before:

  1. FrightFall Readathon: This will take place the entire month of October. It’s ran by Seasons of Reading. I’m familiar with their readathons. I haven’t participated in one in a long time. Maybe it’s time to correct that. Check out their page to sign up and get more info about the readathon!
  2. Gothic Readathon: This also takes place the entire month of October. From the looks of it, they are a little more “strict”. I don’t mean that in the harsh term of the word. They just have more structured reading and challenges. They do provide an extensive list of reading material to choose from. It also looks like they do a twitter chat at the end of the event. They also appear to have a movie day planned for all participants as well!
  3. Gothtober Readathon: This one also takes place the entire month of October from the looks of it. You can find plenty of information on the official Twitter page. I could be wrong about this, but this appears to be their second year hosting this readathon. If I am wrong, please correct me in the comments.
  4. HocusPocus Readathon: Another month long readathon! I bet you can’t guess the inspiration behind this readathon! It looks really quirky from what I’ve seen on the Twitter page. I also noticed that this is their fourth round! That’s amazing! From what I can see, you earn points through the readathon. There’s also a group read!

Know of any readathons going on this week that I don’t have listed? Feel free to share! Tell me the readathon you’re most excited for!

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Hocus Pocus Readathon TBR

hocus pocus readathon – A Keyboard and an Open Mind

This readathon is taking place from the 1st of October until the 31st. I’ve been participating. I just signed up late. I’m a weird one. I joined Team Sanderson Sisters.

Here’s my TBR

– Sisters that stick together: Read a book that features sisters (10 Points)

Practical Magic by [Alice Hoffman]

– Sold your soul to Satan for a book: Read a book featuring readers, bookstores, or more books! (10 Points) Finished

A Lesson in Vengeance by [Victoria Lee]

– Waiting for the black candle to be lit: Read one book by candle light (with a real candle or a virtual one from YouTube (10 Points)

The Lost Apothecary: A Novel by [Sarah Penner]

– We are all fabulous witches: Read a book featuring LGBTQIA+ characters (10 points)

One Last Stop by [Casey McQuiston]

– Come little children: Read a middle grade book (10 Points)

– I put a spell on you: Read a witchy/magical book (10 Points)

The High Mountain Court (The Five Crowns of Okrith Book 1) by [AK Mulford]

– Amok, Amok, Amok: Watch the movie (25 Points) Done

Strength: Witches steal the souls of children! you can switch one of your prompts with one from Team Trick or Treaters

Swapped Middle Grade book for Dress up in a Halloween Costume and read a scary book (10 Points)

Survive the Night: A Novel by [Riley Sager]

Weakness: Witches only come out at night! Read one book under moonlight (only read it during nighttime hours)

The Lost Apothecary: A Novel by [Sarah Penner]

Because what better way to read a book at night then with a candle lit as you read! 🙂

Are you participating? I’d love to see your TBR! What team are you on?

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Readathon News: AYearAThon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

There is ONE readathon going on this week. It’s hosted by AYearAThon. The theme will be horror/thriller/mystery. I’m actually pretty excited about this one! They do one every month. I am trying so hard to participate in them more!

Ongoing Readathons Mentioned Before:

  1. FrightFall Readathon: This will take place the entire month of October. It’s ran by Seasons of Reading. I’m familiar with their readathons. I haven’t participated in one in a long time. Maybe it’s time to correct that. Check out their page to sign up and get more info about the readathon!
  2. Gothic Readathon: This also takes place the entire month of October. From the looks of it, they are a little more “strict”. I don’t mean that in the harsh term of the word. They just have more structured reading and challenges. They do provide an extensive list of reading material to choose from. It also looks like they do a twitter chat at the end of the event. They also appear to have a movie day planned for all participants as well!
  3. Gothtober Readathon: This one also takes place the entire month of October from the looks of it. You can find plenty of information on the official Twitter page. I could be wrong about this, but this appears to be their second year hosting this readathon. If I am wrong, please correct me in the comments.
  4. HocusPocus Readathon: Another month long readathon! I bet you can’t guess the inspiration behind this readathon! It looks really quirky from what I’ve seen on the Twitter page. I also noticed that this is their fourth round! That’s amazing! From what I can see, you earn points through the readathon. There’s also a group read!

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Readathon News: Off The Grid Readathon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

There are no WEEK LONG readathons going on this week. However, there is a weekend readathon going on this week. It’s actually one of my favorites. It’s the Off The Grid Readathon. It’s a readathon that promotes fully uninterrupted reading. You can find the information for the readathon here.

Ongoing Readathons Mentioned Before:

  1. FrightFall Readathon: This will take place the entire month of October. It’s ran by Seasons of Reading. I’m familiar with their readathons. I haven’t participated in one in a long time. Maybe it’s time to correct that. Check out their page to sign up and get more info about the readathon!
  2. Gothic Readathon: This also takes place the entire month of October. From the looks of it, they are a little more “strict”. I don’t mean that in the harsh term of the word. They just have more structured reading and challenges. They do provide an extensive list of reading material to choose from. It also looks like they do a twitter chat at the end of the event. They also appear to have a movie day planned for all participants as well!
  3. Gothtober Readathon: This one also takes place the entire month of October from the looks of it. You can find plenty of information on the official Twitter page. I could be wrong about this, but this appears to be their second year hosting this readathon. If I am wrong, please correct me in the comments.
  4. HocusPocus Readathon: Another month long readathon! I bet you can’t guess the inspiration behind this readathon! It looks really quirky from what I’ve seen on the Twitter page. I also noticed that this is their fourth round! That’s amazing! From what I can see, you earn points through the readathon. There’s also a group read!

Know of any readathons going on this week that I don’t have listed? Feel free to share! Tell me the readathon you’re most excited for!

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Readathon News: Four Month Long Readathons in October!

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

I’m not really finding any shorter readathons going on this week. There are quite a few month long readathons for October. I’ll most likely reshare them every Readathon News between now and the end of October.

  1. FrightFall Readathon: This will take place the entire month of October. It’s ran by Seasons of Reading. I’m familiar with their readathons. I haven’t participated in one in a long time. Maybe it’s time to correct that. Check out their page to sign up and get more info about the readathon!
  2. Gothic Readathon: This also takes place the entire month of October. From the looks of it, they are a little more “strict”. I don’t mean that in the harsh term of the word. They just have more structured reading and challenges. They do provide an extensive list of reading material to choose from. It also looks like they do a twitter chat at the end of the event. They also appear to have a movie day planned for all participants as well!
  3. Gothtober Readathon: This one also takes place the entire month of October from the looks of it. You can find plenty of information on the official Twitter page. I could be wrong about this, but this appears to be their second year hosting this readathon. If I am wrong, please correct me in the comments.
  4. HocusPocus Readathon: Another month long readathon! I bet you can’t guess the inspiration behind this readathon! It looks really quirky from what I’ve seen on the Twitter page. I also noticed that this is their fourth round! That’s amazing! From what I can see, you earn points through the readathon. There’s also a group read!

So there you have it! Four month long readathons going on this month! It’s insane! I’m incredibly excited. I’m always excited for October reading. I try my best to always stick to scary reads during this month! Of course, if you think about it, scary is perceptive to the person in question. Some people may consider Romance scary. Just saying.

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Readathon News: SeasonAThon and Breath of the WildAThon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

From what I see, there are two readathons going on this week.

  1. SeasonAThon: This takes place from September 20th-25th. You can find most of the information and challenges on their Twitter page. There will be an After Hours live session on September 25th at 3 PM. It looks really fun!
  2. Breath of the Wildathon: This one actually takes place for an entire month. It starts on September 20th and ends on October 20th. I will place reminders in my Readathon News pieces from now until the end of the event. You can find all of the information and challenges on the link provided.

Do you know of any readathons going on? What are you most excited for?

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Readathon News: Vault-A-Thon and #AYearAThon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

I’m going to get better at keeping this particular segment up to date. Thank you all for putting up with me.

We have two week long readathons going on this week.

  1. AYearAThon: This takes place from September 13th to the 19th. The theme is for banned books.
  2. Vault-A-Thon: I’m not sure exactly what the theme of this is for. The event also takes place from the 13th to the 19th. It looks like there will be a group read: Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade. They will also be doing a live show on September 19th. The prompts can be found on their Twitter page.

Do you know of any readathons going on? What are you most excited for?

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Readathon News: #AYearAThon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

There are four month long readathons going on for the month of August.

  1. ARC August. From what I gather, this is the sixth annual event. It looks like you just read as many Advanced reader Copies as you can during the month. It doesn’t seem to matter if they are from this year or haven’t been released yet. As long as they are ARC copies.
  2. DraconAthon: They have a video on Youtube that explains everything about the readathon. It looks like it includes the prompts to get through with the readathon. You can view that by clicking here.
  3. High Summer Readathon: This is sponsored by Seasons of Reading. They have a sign up post on their blog for everybody that wants to participate to sign up. It doesn’t look like there are any prompts. Just read to your heart’s content. This is one of my favorite readathons because of how low key they are.
  4. Trope-ical Readathon: This is Round 5 of the readathon. You can find all of the information by clicking here. If you’re worried about being thrown into the middle of it because it’s the 5th round, don’t. This will be my first round as well. It does look really fun!

There is one week-long readathon this week. It’s the AYEARATHON readathon. This month’s theme is link the books. I don’t really see any news about this readathon to fully explain what “link the books means”. To be fair, I’m posting this in advance because I’ll be going out of town and may not be at a computer when it goes live. I’d just suggest to keep an eye on the website for any updates.

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Readathon News: Dewey’s Reverse Readathon

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

There are four month long readathons going on for the month of August.

  1. ARC August. From what I gather, this is the sixth annual event. It looks like you just read as many Advanced reader Copies as you can during the month. It doesn’t seem to matter if they are from this year or haven’t been released yet. As long as they are ARC copies.
  2. DraconAthon: They have a video on Youtube that explains everything about the readathon. It looks like it includes the prompts to get through with the readathon. You can view that by clicking here.
  3. High Summer Readathon: This is sponsored by Seasons of Reading. They have a sign up post on their blog for everybody that wants to participate to sign up. It doesn’t look like there are any prompts. Just read to your heart’s content. This is one of my favorite readathons because of how low key they are.
  4. Trope-ical Readathon: This is Round 5 of the readathon. You can find all of the information by clicking here. If you’re worried about being thrown into the middle of it because it’s the 5th round, don’t. This will be my first round as well. It does look really fun!

There are no week long readathons this week. However, we do have a very exciting and popular 24-Hour Readathon. It’s the reverse readathon for Dewey’s Readathon. I’ll be out in Savannah during this readathon, but I plan to do my best to participate in as much of the readathon as I can! I’m so excited for it!

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Readathon News: August Readathons

Disclaimer: These Readathons are not owned or run by me. I find them by searching the month and year on Google. My main source has been Little Book Owl.

There are four month long readathons going on for the month of August.

  1. ARC August. From what I gather, this is the sixth annual event. It looks like you just read as many Advanced reader Copies as you can during the month. It doesn’t seem to matter if they are from this year or haven’t been released yet. As long as they are ARC copies.
  2. DraconAthon: They have a video on Youtube that explains everything about the readathon. It looks like it includes the prompts to get through with the readathon. You can view that by clicking here.
  3. High Summer Readathon: This is sponsored by Seasons of Reading. They have a sign up post on their blog for everybody that wants to participate to sign up. It doesn’t look like there are any prompts. Just read to your heart’s content. This is one of my favorite readathons because of how low key they are.
  4. Trope-ical Readathon: This is Round 5 of the readathon. You can find all of the information by clicking here. If you’re worried about being thrown into the middle of it because it’s the 5th round, don’t. This will be my first round as well. It does look really fun!

The first week-long readathon in August will be the Buzzword Readathon. I haven’t really been active in this readathon. It’s not really my thing, but I won’t push my bias on other people. Some people may enjoy this particular readathon and want to know about it. This month’s buzz word is time of day.

I understand that August doesn’t really start until Sunday. I post these Monday and by the time I post, they will have all been going for a full day. Posting early gives us time to prepare properly. Especially those of us who will be travelling in the beginning. Besides, there haven’t really been in readathons for the last half of July.

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