The Winter Biannual Bibliothon Tag!
As I said in my TBR post, these challenges are for vlogs really, but I wanted to give it a go in written format, so there's going to be bits I can't do however I'll try my best. :D
1. Did you participate in one of the last Bibliothons?
Nope, This is my first serious readathon altogether so I'm super excited!
2. What was your favorite part of last Bibliothon?
I didn't do it so I can't say.
3. What are you most excited about for this Bibliothon?
Getting through a ton of books. The second book I'm going to read, At the Sign of the Sugared Plumb by Mary Hooper, I've had for 5/6 years and started reading a million times but I can never finish bit because I don't want one of the characters to die. This will be the time I will finally finish it! Hopefully. I can't promise anything. The fear of him dying may destroy me once again.
4. Give us a hint for your favorite upcoming challenge video!
If I can find time to do it, I'm so excited to do the "That was in the book DIY". Other than that, the character swap one sounds like something I could get quite creative with. ;)
5. What book are you most excited to read this week?
At the Sign of the Sugared Plum. I'm bricking it. If I can finish it this will potentially be the longest time ever taken for me to finish a book from start to finish! I'm also excited for Half Wild, as usual. I could reread those books eternally and never get bored.
6. What was your favorite & least favorite reading challenge of the past Bibliothons?
Haven't done any of the past ones.
7. What was your favorite & least favorite video challenge of the past Bibliothons?
Can't answer again lol.
8. 45 seconds TBR in alphabetical order - NO CHEATING!
6.92s later (Quite fast for me. I think the library volunteering's sped me up a bit!):
At the Sign of the Sugared Plum
Messenger of Fear
9. What is one suggestion you’d have for the next Biannual Bibliothon?
There's a Goodreads book club group that reads separate books to the Biannual Bibliothon throughout the year, but I think it'd be awesome if there was a Goodreads group for discussing the Bibliothon as it runs, or maybe just a section in the book club group for it.
10. Who do you tag?
Anyone reading this and hasn't already done it! I think most people I know are doing this already so I'm just going to leave this open. Haven't done it? You're tagged!
You can find out more about the Winter Biannual Bibliothon video challenges(or blog post challenges if you're me ;D) here (I've just got to add that the hair in this video is on point. Very impressed!)
Until next time(so tomorrow),