#AVAReadathon: It’s A Wrap!

Aimal @ Bookmarks And Paperbacks hosted A Very ARCish Readathon during the whole month of April; a readathon all about tackling your personal ARC mountain. The best part is that the goals were easy: just read as many ARCs as possible, have fun and comment on social media with the hashtag #AVAReadthon if you wanted to.

I made a TBR back in March and ended up reading 6 out of 9 titles on that list. I didn’t read all of them mostly because I had mixed up the dates of some of the ARCs and only noticed in April… But also because I was too weak to resist the NG request button and had to read a few titles first instead. xD

Still, I managed to read a whopping total of 13! ARCs during the month of April. 6 of them were Netgalley ARCs, while 7 were sent by their respective authors. I’m really happy with those numbers, especially since I’ve been waaaaay behind with those ARCs. My NG rating has dropped a bit this month though, so I will have to do something about that in May. Oops?

Here’s a list of all the ARCs I’ve read for the #AVAReadathon and a link to the reviews:

Did you read any ARCs in April? Have you participated in this readathon? Feel free to add your link!


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9 thoughts on “#AVAReadathon: It’s A Wrap!

    • 8 out of 10 is an awesome ratio! And I was actually quite happy I read more non-NG ARCs than NG because I have been seriously neglecting those… Even though my ratio is now dangerously close to the 80% limit. xD


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