My #Hallowreadathon TBR!

The Hallowreadathon really snuck up on me this year! It feels like just a couple of days ago that we were posting the announcement and challenges, and somehow the readathon is this weekend? I have no idea how it happened! So what am I planning to read?

For our Trick or Treat prompt, the book that has recently joined my lair (and one that I’ve been saving just for this weekend) is The Last Graduate by Naomi Novik. I loved A Deadly Education, the first book in this dark academia magic trilogy, and think that this is perfect spooky season reading. It’s been a real struggle not to read it! But it is a game of chance…

I’m not sure I totally thought through how I would do the book that’s been haunting my shelves the longest since I cleared out my Goodreads shelf in a moment of digital decluttering. Luckily, I have a blog! And with that comes years of talking about books, including this haul from 2015! It’s always a little cringey reading out posts but it did remind me that I have a very long boxset of Penguin Little Black classics. And I haven’t read any of them in a good while. So, I dusted them off and pulled out the one I felt was most halloween-y; The Yellow Wall-Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

Have no fear, the prompt is still to read a book with white on the cover. But when I pulled out a bunch of options, since I’m a bit of a mood-reader, a lot of the ones that had halloween vibes had purple covers with white so I went with it. Depending on if I get tricked or treated in prompt one, I’ll pick between longer reads like Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor and Broken by Kelley Armstrong. Or shorter reads like The Fell of the Dark by Caleb Roehrig and A Potion to Die For by Heather Blake.

There we go! I’m so excited to get reading. We start tomorrow, the 29th, and have a good read until Halloween, the 31st. Check out our Twitter for updates over the three days!

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