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Make Your MythTaker read-a-thon results

Hey there!

As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve been loving read-a-thons lately, which is why I participated not only in one, but two different ones last month. You can see the wrap up for the Olympic Games read-a-thon here

Make Your MythTaker was a month-long challenge that allowed you to create a character and follow different paths that would determine your future. Even if I did make a TBR, I went off the road and changed some things while the month progressed. Here’re the paths that I chose and what books I read for each prompt.

To become a GODDESS:

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A book with a nonhuman protagonist

THE DEEP

A book with a foiled cover

HEARTLESS

The highest-rated book on your TBR

THE MARK OF ATHENA

Randomise your TBR

BENEATH THE SUGAR SKY

To become FAE:

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A book featuring fae

AN ENCHANTMENT OF RAVENS

A book featuring woodland

THE GIRL WHO DRANK THE MOON

A book outside of your comfort zone

TUNNEL OF BONES

I followed my original plan to follow the goddess path and then decided to also complete the fae path. So I ended the month becoming a fae goddess and I couldn’t be more excited about it. It sounds very cool and magical, even a bit mysterious. I loved taking part in this read-a-thon and had so much fun with it! The spread I made for it in my reading journal is one of my favorites, and it definitely kept me motivated to read all the books so I could fill all the blank spaces.

However, 2 month-long & simultaneous reading challenges were a bit much for me so I’m not taking part in any this month (except maybe for the Reading Rush, but that’s just a week-long so it’s ok. There’s not so much pressure). I’m taking July to do a bit of mood-reading and dedicate some time to writing.

That’s it for this wrap-up. Let me know if there’s anything in particular that you’d like to see in the blog, I could really use some new ideas 😂

Until next time,

juli

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