How I failed Contemporary-a-thon #Contemporaryathon #BookLovers #Reading #Readathon

Hi guys,

If you follow my blog you probably know that I decided to participate in contemporary-a-thon, a readathon that took place last week.
There were 7 challenges and I was really ambitious, which you can read in my TBR post.

However, my reading was not going well last week, and I finished only 2 books, which is even worse then my Reading Rush wrap up was.

The main reason for my failure is the wrong choice of a book. I decided to read How to Make Friends with the Dark as my dark/hard hitting contemporary, and I just couldn’t bring myself to read it faster then I did, because it was so emotional.

If I was smarter, I would read multiple books at time, but I wasn’t, so I guess I learned my lesson for another time.

So in the end I read 757 pages and finished 4 challenges: Read a 2019 release, Read a dark/hard-hitting contemporary, Read a contemporary with an illustrated cover and Read a contemporary with plants on the cover.

These are two books that I have read: How to Make Friends with the Dark by Kathleen Glasgow book cover and I Know You Remember by Jennifer Donaldson book cover.

Tell me did you participate in Contemporary-a-thon?
How many books did you read?
If you have wrap up feel free to leave your links so I can visit you.

9 Comments

    1. They were actually both very good, both got 4 stars from me. I think you’d like I Know You Remember because even though it’s ya, it’s a thriller/mystery, and it really surprised me. I recommend it, and it’s pretty short too.

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  1. HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH THE DARK 😍😍❤️❤️ THats such a catchy name AND SUCH A GORGEOUS COVERR!! 😍😍

    And hey, it’s alright if you didn’t complete ALL OF IT..you completed quite many challenges and that’s enough! And I hope the ones you did read were worthwhile! ❤️❤️

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