#Zodiacathon Ideas

readathon

I found another readathon this weekend on Twitter, and this one is called Zodiacathon.  It takes place from March 19th to March 25th.  You can find more information here.  You can also double, triple, and quadruple up on the challenges and re-reads are allowed.

Here are the challenges from the Zodiacathon profile:
1.) Complete your Lilith challenge
2.) Buddy read with someone who shares your Lilith
3.) Read a book with a mostly black cover
4.) Read a book with dark themes
5.) Read a book with something that scares you
6.) Read a book with a morally grey character

Ideas for books that I can read for the challenges
1.) Complete your Lilith challenge- My Lilith is Virgo which is to read a book with mixed reviews.  Now, I take mixed reviews to be an average of no less than three but not four stars on Goodreads.  Here are my options:
          –Wicked by Gregory Maguire
          –Persephone’s Orchard by Molly Ringle
          –Again But Better by Christine Riccio
2.) Buddy read with someone who shares your Lilith- I haven’t found anyone to buddy read with yet, however, as soon as I find someone to buddy read with, I will update this post.
3.) Read a book with a mostly black cover.  My options for this one are:
          –The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig
          –Shout by Laurie Hals Anderson
          –The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
4.) Read a book with dark themes.  My options for this challenge are:
          –Speak by Laurie Hals Anderson
          –Shout by Laurie Hals Anderson
          –Grimm’s Fairy Tales by The Brothers Grimm
5.) Read a book with something that scares you.  My options for this challenge are:
          –Small Spaces by Katherine Arden. There is a creepy corn maze in this book, and I avoid corn mazes at all costs for fear of getting stuck in one.
         –Dead Voices by Katherine Arden- Being stuck somewhere in the middle of a snowstorm with creepy things happening is definitely something that scares me too.
6.) Read a book with a morally grey character. A great majority of V.E. Schwab’s books have morally grey characters.  My option for this is:
          -The Monsters of Verity Duology.  I would most likely read the first book and it would be a reread.

If you read yesterday’s post, you will notice that I’m participating in a year-long readathon where the focus is to read books that you already own.  Every single book that I have listed are books that I own and have yet to read.

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