Contemporary-a-thon TBR #Contemporaryathon #BookLovers #Reading #Readathon

Hi guys!

I just wanted to quickly let you know that I will be participating this month in fifth round of Contemporary-a-thon, which is hosted on Booktube.
Since I don’t have a booktube channel I will post my wrap up here on my blog, and today I bring you my tbr.

If you want to know more about this readathon and participate yourself, you can watch the announcement video here.

Contemporary-a-thon starts on September 23rd and it ends on 29th, so it’s a one week long readathon.
I am pretty excited to participate since contemporary is my favourite genre.

There are 7 challenges and I chose 4 books to read. If I manage to finish them all I will complete all of the challenges.

Here are the books I plan to read:

big lies in a small town by Diane Chamberlain book cover This will complete challenges Read a book with yellow on the cover (letters are yellow) and Read a contemporary that is beloved by a member of the book community (Nicole from GirlyGirlBookWorm loves it).

How to Make Friends with the Dark by Kathleen Glasgow book cover This one will count for challenges Read a 2019 release and Read a dark/hard-hitting contemporary.

Any Second by Kevin Emerson book cover This book will count for the challenge Read a diverse contemporary (aim to read something outside of your own experience).

The Late Blossoming of Frankie Green by Laura Kemp This novel will complete challenges Read a contemporary with an illustrated cover and Read a contemporary with plants on the cover (a tree).

I really hope I will manage to finish all of them, or at least three of them and that I will start the fourth one.
Anything less then that I will consider as failure, because last time I participated in a readathon (Reading Rush) I failed big time, so it’s time to win in this reading game for once!

That is it!
Wish me luck!
Also, let me know if you’re participating in Contemporary-a-thon and if you have a tbr post or video, feel free to leave the link so I can visit you.

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