The minimojiathon has officially started (a couple days ago) and I was debating what I wanted to do for a TBR. I was debating between reading whatever I wanted and retroactively assigning emojis to them OR doing like an actual TBR.
As stated in my November TBR post, I’ve been awful at actually following my TBRs recently. My reading tastes have been pretty inconsistent and since I’ve been reading exclusively audiobooks, I have to depend a lot on what the library has available.
I’m decided to go with a hybrid of the two. I’ll have a short list of books I’ll almost definitely read and then if I read anything else, I’ll include them in the wrap-up.
About the Readathon:
This readathon was created by Dylan over at DylantheReader5 on YouTube. The Minimojiathon is a week-long version of the monthly Emojiathon and the goal is to read as many books as possible that correspond to various emojis. This is a more light-hearted readathon perfect for those who want a final reading sprint before the end of the month.
The readathon is running from November 23rd – November 30th, giving you eight full days to complete as many challenges as possible. You can double up as much as you want.
Other Important People:
To interact with others or partake in the reading sprints, make sure you’re following the official Twitter account here.
Brittany’s TBR is on her Insta page!
Dylan is the real MVP and created this handy Google Doc with all the challenges, links, dates, and hashtag!
So here are some books I’ll definitely (hopefully) be reading and the emojis they correspond with!
I honestly don’t know how many of these books I’ll be able to get to. The physical books on my list are short/quick reads and I can get through audiobooks pretty quickly, especially if I like the book.
Are you participating in the #minimoji readathon? If so, let me know what you’re planning on reading below!