Saturday, December 1, 2018
bookish / i'm joining the short-a-thon to get closer to my yearly reading goal!
If you have a variety of short books (I consider short books to be under 200 pages), and you are falling a bit behind on your reading goal for the year (or even if you’re not?), you might want to consider signing up for the first annual Short-a-Thon readathon!

About the Readathon

On December 21st at midnight, the Short-a-Thon shall span until December 31st, 11:59 PM.

This is an EXCELLENT chance for me to catch up on my reading goal, as I am 14 books behind. 😬 That’s pretty sad, considering my reading goal was only 25 books. *sigh* Reading a bunch of small books (which I consider to be under 200 pages) is definitely going to help me out in this grave predicament.

My Goal

I am 14 books behind schedule, but I’m going to list the 10 books I want to read over the course of 10 days. I still might not achieve this, but either way, my reading goal will be cut down some.

Reading List

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Where We Fell by Amber L. Johnson (95 pages)
The Young Queens (Three Dark Queens 0.2) by Kendare Blake (112 pages)
Puddle Jumping by Amber L. Johnson (126 pages)
Fall Like Rain by Ana Tejano (139 pages)
Don’t Fall by Rachel Schieffelbein (142 pages)

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Dancing with the Devil by Katie Davis (149 pages)
Never Never by Colleen Hoover, Tarryn Fisher (159 pages)
Stim by Kevin Berry (176 pages)
Valentine Bell: The Golden Year by Rowan Maness (183 pages)
Adrenaline Crush by Laurie Boyle Crompton (192 pages)


That is A LOT of young adult contemporary packed into one readathon! But it’s cool. I need to make it to at least twenty books by the end of this year, right?!?

If you’re thinking of entering, head on over to the sign up page and pick out your books for the readathon! What do you plan on reading???

2 Responses to Short-A-Thon 2018: A Short Book Readathon

  1. Ooh, I hope this definitely helps you finish some more books before the year’s over! With some luck, you might even be able to reach your goal after all. Fingers crossed. 🙂

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