Booktubeathon.

Linda Uhu | Jul 17, 2016
Hey there,
I'm still in the middle of my exams, but I still wanted to talk to you about the Booktubeathon. Yeah, I am already stressed out, but somehow reading always seems to relax me and so I decided to participate in the Booktubeathon - even though I am not a Booktuber but a Bookblooger ;)
You ask, what the heck the Booktubeathon is?
It's a challenge set by the YouTube-channel BookTubeAThon - one week, seven books, every book with an other challenge. This year's challenge is:

1. Read a book with yellow on the cover.
My choice is "The Book Thief" by Markus Zusak (even though I am not sure if the cover is yellow or a type of brown). I got this book before christmas (maybe you remember), but I haven't gotten around reading it. 
 
2. Read a book only after sunset.
For this I chose "The Circle" by Dave Eggers - an other book I have owned for a while now and hopefully I will finally read it. 
 
3. Read a book, you discovered through BookTube.
 For this I ordered "Starflight" by Melissa Landers - I think I first saw this on Kristina Horner's channel. 

4.  Read a book by a favorite author.
One more book I intended to read for forever now: "Oblivion" by Jennifer L. Armentrout - Obsidian in Deamon's point of view. It feels like ages ago that I read the Lux-Series but I rememnber that I really loved it. 
 
5. Read a book that's older than you.
My choice for this is "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" - yeah, I will finally read it...
 
6. Read a book-to-movie adaptation.
 Another book everybody has read: "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" - I know, I know, I should have been reading this a long, long time ago, but somehow I never did. But I will now and after that I will watch the film.

7. Read seven books.



My seventh book will be "A Thousand Pieces of you" by Claudia Gray. This book seems a little similar to a book I had the intention of writing, so I am really excited to read it...

If you will also participate, leave a comment and tell me what you are going to read!