Wednesday, April 5, 2017

A Very Arcish Readathon Sign Up Post!



Hello everyone! I'm participating in a readathon called "A Very Arcish Readathon" which is hosted by Bookshelves and Paperbacks  and basically the goal of this readathon is to read as many ARCs as you can, whether they are from NetGalley, physical and digital ARCs and other reading ARCs.

Since I have a lot of book ARCs to go through myself, I have decided to join this challenge myself!

W H E N
The readathon runs from 12:01 AM (your time) on April 1st to April 30th, 11:59 PM (your time).
G O A L S  A N D  C H A L L E N G E S
This is a low-pressure, low-key readathon, and so it doesn’t really have any challenges. The only goal is to read as many ARCs as possible; if you’re feeling ambitious, and are trying to catch up on your 80% ratio goal on Netgalley, aim for that. If your goal (like mine) is to just read as many ARCs as possible, and hopefully read everything on your shelf, you can do that. Take it easy – I know reviewing and blogging can be stressful as it is; you don’t need to add more pressure on yourself by adding unnecessary challenges.
H A S H T A G
I’ll be tracking my progress on social media, specifically Twitter, using the hashtag #AVAReadathon. You can join the conversation by using that hashtag; it’ll be fun to engage with other users more readily!
G I V E A W A Y
At the end of the month, I will randomly pick two winners who will both win a pre-order of a book of their choice. This can be a pre-order of an ARC you read and really enjoyed, or it can be anything else – as long as it’s a pre-order. The giveaway is open internationally (as long as The Book Depository ships to you), and if you’re an international participant to whom TBD does not ship, you will be able to choose an eBook pre-order that will be gifted to you.
H O W  T O  E N T E R
You must put up a post on your blog (or Instagram, or Twitter, or Tumblr – literally just anywhere on the Internet) announcing the readathon, and if you’d like, make a TBR. You can link your posts in the linky at the end of this post. Please also link this post in your own posts so that other people who want to participate can easily find this information.

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