Falling For Autumn Wrap Up

Falling For Atumn 2.0 Read-a-Thon

Yesterday was the last day of the Read-a-Thon and I didn’t read AT ALL (or maybe I read a few manga pages? Not much anyway). I’m quite bummed about that, but I was busy with schoolwork and later that day I was having so much fun talking with everyone on Twitter that it just didn’t happen haha (I didn’t even forget, I got tired and went to bed).

So how did I do this year?

  • Read a total of three (3) books – 24 books
  • To read at least 150 pages per day – I didn’t read 150 pages yesterday, but I did read 150 pages on all the other days, so therefore half a strike haha
  • To read a book with the colour orange and/or brown on the cover – Many of the Tsubasa volumes have brown on them and volume 14 even has both
  • To read a book out of your comfort zone (a book from a genre you don’t normally read) – I thought I hadn’t done this, but then I realised that xxxHolic is psychological, which is something I usually don’t read!
  • To read a book with a word in the title that’s associated with autumn (autumn itself, leaf, acorn, chestnut, spider, cobweb, Halloween, etc…)
  • To read a book that scares you (whether it’s a horror book, a book that intimidates you, you can pick up whatever reason for a book you scare you)

(3.5/6) goals were accomplished! I’d say this read-a-thon was pretty successful.

How did you do this read-a-thon? Or maybe you’re participating in a different one? Let me know in the comments!


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