TBR Tuesday: #StayAtHomeReadingRush

By: Cait Marie

The Reading Rush is hosting a mini version of their annual readathon this week, and I am using it as an excuse to get caught up! The event lasts from April 16-19. There are fun activities and sprints to participate in on Twitter and Instagram and, of course, the reading prompts. Below is the video with all the details and the books I’m going to attempt to get through!

The prompts:

  • Read a book with a house on the cover
  • Read a book in the same room the whole time
  • Read a book set somewhere you wish you could go
  • Read a book that will make you smile

My #stayathomereadingrush TBR

Read a book with a house on the cover

Tweet Cute – Emma Lord

I’m assuming those are apartments, and I’m counting it because 1. I’ve been dying to read this forever and 2. I literally could not find another book with a house on the front…

Read a book in the same room the whole time

Yes No Maybe So – Becky Albertalli & Aisha Saeed

Another I’ve been dying to read. Plus, I love Becky Albertalli’s books and usually get through them pretty fast.

Read a book set somewhere you wish you could go

Chain of Gold – Cassandra Clare

All right, this one is going to be the challenge. The book is huge, but I need to read it!! It takes place in London, so it’s perfect. I just need to make sure I get as much work done as possible before this all starts.

Read a book that will make you smile

Moment of Truth – Kasie West

Kasie West’s books are always adorable and make me happy inside, and I’m so excited to have a new one after binging all her other contemporaries last summer.

It’s ambitious, but I have the audiobooks of a couple, so I can switch back and forth and get through them faster. What about you? Are you up for the challenge? Let me know what you’re reading below!

2 thoughts on “TBR Tuesday: #StayAtHomeReadingRush

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  1. Your TBR is filled with books I haven’t read yet! I’m curious to see how you like them.

    My reads for the readathon are:

    -The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden
    -The Perks of being a Walflower by Stephen Chboksy
    -One Day by Gayle Forman
    -Red, White and Royal Blue by Casie Mcquinton

    I only have one ‘short’ book on my TBR so hoping I’m able to make it through them all, as it is seeming rather ambitious

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