ReRead-A-Thon 2019: My TBR

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Time for the ReRead-A-Thon approaches! From March 10th-16th, choose as many books as you think you can reasonably reread and join in the fun. Each day during that week, one Blogger, one Bookstagrammer, and one BookTuber (over on Twitter) will host the topic for the day and offer a giveaway! That’s right, you have 21 chances to win a prize of the host’s choice. Make sure you check out our Twitter to keep up to date.

@ReReadAThon2019


I will be your blogger host on March 14 for the topic “Underrated/Unpopular Book.” Here are the topics for the week so you can join in!

  1. Game Changing Book (one that made you love a new genre) – March 10
  2. Giving a Book a Second Chance – March 11
  3. A New Favorite – March 12
  4. An Old Favorite – March 13
  5. Underrated/Unpopular Book – March 14
  6. Popular Book – March 15
  7. Childhood Favorite – March 16

As it’s the start of the month of the readathon, I wanted to choose my TBR to hit as many challenges as possible. I have to admit though, I am not often a rereader, so it will be interesting to see how well I do, particularly considering the choices I went with.

Firedrake by Richard Knaak meets two of the challenges. It is both an old favorite and the book that got me into the fantasy genre. I’m a little nervous about rereading it. I have actually toyed with doing a series of posts on the entire Dragonrealm series, but I worry that it will taint my memories. I hope I love it as much as I did then.

I have said many times before how much I dislike the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. However, for the sake of this readathon, I’ll give it a second chance. Just know that it may be the last book I attempt to get to that week.

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman is a very popular book and with good reason. It is one of my new favorites which helped me transition from Gaiman’s books into Pratchett’s Discworld series.

A very underrated book (as far as people who have read and rated it) is a play I fell in love with in college called The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh. It’s very short, and I am excited to refresh my thoughts on it.

In my inaugural post for my Novel Nostalgia series, I talked about Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. I remember being swept away into this scary setting I hadn’t even considered as a child. I would love to see if it is worth getting my son to read soon.


I hope you are joining us for the ReRead-A-Thon. I would love for you to share your TBR in the comments below. And don’t forget to check out the Twitter account and come back here on March 14th for my giveaway!

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