Hello bibliophiles! It is the last week of March and it is time for the second year of a readathon that I love last year. But before I share my TBR, let me share some FAQs about this readathon.
WHAT IS PHILMYTH READATHON?
PhilMyth Readathon is a two week long readathon at the end of March until the first week of April that was created by the amazing Filipino BookTuber, Gerald from GeraldtheBookworm. This readathon is centered on Philippine Mythology that we seldom see the community. The prompts that the host created are based on Philippine Mythology but not strictly only reading Filipino books.
WHEN IS THE READATHON?
For this year, the readathon is starting later from March 28th to April 10th.
WHAT ARE THE PROMPTS?
ARE THERE BADGES?
This year, the creator has prepared a lot of badges, including one for each prompt, then some special ones for finishing a book on the very first day and then we have three more badges for the number of prompts that one has achieved at the very end of the readathon.
Below is an example of how the badges and sheet system would look like:
Now it is time to share my TBR. I have decided to go with just five books (with book that can be cancelled out if I could not read it on time) for the readathon and since we are allowed to read just one book for multiple prompts, so that is what I am going to do today.
Maria Makiling – Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas
Malakas at Maganda – My Sweetest Downfall by HanjHanjBeybe
Santelmo – City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare
Black Lady – A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab
Duwende – My Sweetest Downfall by HanjHanjbeybe
Manananggal – Emergency Contact by H.K. Choi
SO that is about for this TBR list. I will be posting a wrap up on the last day of the readathon or the following day.
Are you enjoying the readathon too?
Share your TBR in the comment section, who knows maybe we have similar books on our lists!