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The Coffee Readathon TBR

Hey everyone! As I told you all in the announcement post on the 15th, Haley and I are hosting the Coffee Readathon in September and I’m so excited! So today I’m sharing my TBR for the readathon to get you all psyched up about participating with me!

The Poppy War by R F Kuang. Nandini and Krisha are hosting a readalong for this book in September and I’m really psyched to finally read it!

I’ve ordered a book box (for the first time ever, ahhh!) and this book is a part of it. Hopefully, I’ll get the box and be able to read Beach Read by Emily Henry. Otherwise, I may join Haley in Sad Town by reading Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman.

Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust. Persian Mythology? Sapphic Romance? A Curse? Sign me up please! I’ve been so excited to read this book since I first saw it and now that I finally have a copy, I’m going to do it!

This Cruel Design by Emily Suvada. I’m stealing this idea from Haley who’s planning to read This Vicious Cure for this prompt and finally get to the sequel for This Mortal Coil which I read earlier this year and thoroughly enjoyed!

Each of Us A Desert by Mark Oshiro. I am so excited to read this book and so grateful to have an Arc of this book for the blog tour and I can not wait to finally get to it!

Aristotle and Dante discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz. I’ve heard a lot about this book as well and I am really excited to pick it up!

Love from A to Z by S K Ali. I had kind of a hard time finding a book set in Asia since I didn’t want more Fantasy or to reread a book but then I found this – the perfect book! This sounds really cute and I can not wait to read it!

And that’s all for my TBR for the Coffee Readathon. Will I be doing the bonus prompts? Maybe. So, here’s the thing, I am stupid and took on too much in September because not only am I hosting a readathon which involves checking emails, sending updated reward cards, tweeting, etc. but am also starting ym first semester of college and will have to make new friends and try and interact.

So, are you taking part in the readathon? If you haven’t singed up yet, you can do so here, so make sure to do it soon and keep your TBR in mind do you can have a fully updated reward card by the end!

22 thoughts on “The Coffee Readathon TBR

  1. I love your TBR! I completely forgot about The Poppy War readalong, looks like I may join in on that! But omg haha I’m cackling at your ‘join Haley in sad town’

    I’ve heard SO many good things about Love From A to Z and can’t wait to hear what you think!

    You definitely have a lot on your plate, but I’m so glad you thought up this readathon! ❤

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    1. Oh, you should! It’ll be so much fun and I’m so excited to read The Poppy War!

      Ah me too! It’s been so much fun planning it with you and now that it’s finally here, I’m very excited! ❤

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  2. That’s a great TBR for the challenge! I’ll be reading The Poppy Wars too for the Latte prompt and Aristotle and Dante is an absolutely amazing book!

    I’ll post my TBR soon too! It’ll be super fun to exchange notes and join you in this readathon😊

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  3. Gorgeous post!! This is such a great idea! I finally got round to reading Aristotle and Dante recently (I think it had sat on my shelf for nearly a year 😬) and am in love with it ahhh. The characters were amazing, it was beautiful and I loved how it covered topics that are normally not. Here was my review of it: https://hundredsandthousandsofbooks.blog/2020/08/28/aristotle-and-dante-discover-the-secrets-of-the-universe/

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