Thanksgiving Readathon

The Rules

Hosted by Jackie B. at Death by Tsunduko

Dates: Monday, November 23rd – Sunday, November 29th

Participate in any or all of the following:

  • Read as many books as you can in those 7 days.
  • Use the hashtag #ThankgivingReadathon to share your participation and progress using Twitter and other social media sites.
  • Publish a Sign-Up Post between before November 26th (Thanksgiving!) committing to join up on whatever site you choose.
    • Bonus: Add your readathon and TBR goals to this post!
  • Publish a Wrap-Up post between December 30th and December 4th
    • Bonus: Share your victories — new people you met, total books read, new experiences you had, anything which counts as a win in your book!
  • Participate in the Bookstagram Challenge* by posting a photo that aligns with the daily prompt throughout the week. Don’t forget the hashtag #ThanksgivingReadathon!
  • Link Up your sign-up and wrap-up posts.
  • Comment on all the wonderful #ThanksgivingReadathon blog posts, Twitter updates, and Instagram photos from all the participants!

How I will participate

If you read here often you know that 2020 has been my year of fun reading challenges. November is so challenge-heavy it needs about a readathon a week to accomplish even a few of them! I’m signed up for several. I hope to relax with my choice for last week’s Scottish Readathon, which my end-of-semester exams and papers kept me from reading. One week late in the world of voluntary reading challenges is no big deal, right? Failing a course your employer is paying for on the other hand is a very big deal. Priorities. I also hope to finish my book for AusReadingMonth. Along the way, I’ll read more for Nonfiction November and for Novellas in November, too! Thank heaven I finished my book for German Literature Month! I’m sure I’ll send out update Tweets as I go as well.


Want to be theme-y and read Thanksgiving books for #ThankgivingReadathon?

Then click to read my post on recent Thanksgiving books.

Click to read my post on recent Thanksgiving books.

6 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Readathon

  1. Yay! Welcome to the Thanksgiving Readathon! I’m glad we could connect for this. And it sounds like you have sooo much to read on your plate! I typically participate in a ton of readathons and themed reading months over the year, but 2020 sucked all that away from me. It’s refreshing to see someone so busy so committed to other reading challenges, too!

    I cannot wait to see the progress you make. Good luck!

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