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Today I have my TBR for Emojiathon!
You can find the Twitter for Emojiathon here.
The challenges are on this document if you would like to view them all.
Let’s get into this.
Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer
I started this book long before I got into BookTube and back into reading, but I got about halfway through and put it down.
If you don’t know, I’m a vegetarian. I have been for a year and four months now (I have a counter on my phone xD). And before that, I had been for over two years, but decided to stop because I got pregnant for my son. But this book is so hard for me to read. It’s so hard hitting and makes me rethink everything. Which is the point of it and that makes me happy, but man oh man. I can only take doses of this. But I’m hoping to be able to finish it. I only have about half of it left. I think it was less than 100 pages.
This will apply for the challenges book with green on the cover and ghost of Christmas past – read a book that’s been haunting your TBR for over a year.
Doctor Who: Twelve Doctors of Christmas
I was originally going to wait to read this until Christmas, but it fits for this readathon so perfectly! So I’m going to read a story throughout the week. I’ll be starting it prior to Emojiathon starting but that’s okay.
From what I gathered, these are just some Doctor Who like stories, each from one of the Doctor’s POVs., all on Christmas.
This will count for the challenges of a book that has the Christmas spirit (a Christmas book), book set in winter, book with snow on the cover, and book that features travel. I’ll choose two out of those at the end of the readathon but those are what it could count for.
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
I got this book when it came out and I still haven’t read it. I’m so excited to get into it. I believe I’m buddy reading this with Donna from A Mom’s Book Collection and Jessica from JessicaMarie493. I’m just super excited to get into it.
All I really know about this book is that the two main characters are arranged to be married by their families, he supports it and she doesn’t. They end up in the same computer coding camp one summer and, I believe, she finds out about the arranged marriage there.
This will count for warm/fuzzy read, shiny new toy – read a book you’ve been dying to get to, and dreaming of Christmas in July – a book set in summer.
So that’s it for my TBR! It’s not a very large on but it’s only a week so finishing 3 books would be exciting.
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