Reading plans for June 2020
Welcome to my reading plans for June 2020! So, as I have started to get more into readathons, reading challenges and events recently, I though I’d try a monthly blogpost with my reading plans for the upcoming month!
If you want, you can join me and the rest of the book-community in these events, and read along with me/us. Or you can simply have a look at my reading plans and see which books I plan on reviewing for the blog for the next few weeks.
TBR plans for June
If you aren’t familiar with it, TBR stands for “To Be Read”, and includes basically every single book ever, that I have yet to read. Or, more specifically, the unread books I have on my shelves or the books I’m planning to read for a certain challenge, readathon or event. So this TBR is my reading plans for June 2020.
Books and progress
I really didn’t read much in May at all, so I want to work on catching up on my A Play a Week challenge. Also, mood reading whatever I want in between readathon books and plays. Originally, I had hoped to read my collection of Japanese plays for the Asian Readathon, but that did not happen. So, here we are again. Basically, I don’t have that many specific titles planned for June, but I have my eye on two readathons that I’d like to join!
If I manage to get some reading done in June, I am hoping to participate a bit in both the Witcher-a-thon and the Queer Lit Readathon. The Queer Lit Readathon is only for one week though, so I’m not sure how succesful I’ll be with that. If you want to participate in the Queer Lit Readathon, it’s between 31st of May – 6th of June!
This month, I didn’t plan out my TBR specifically for these readathons in advance. I want to try to read-as-I-go, as it fits my schedule better for the upcoming weeks. Also, It’s technically already June and I didn’t plan ahead like last time, haha.
I’ll throw the prompt images on my Instagram stories as I read for each readathon and you’re welcome to come cheer me on!
If you want to see other books I’ve read, that might fit these readathons, feel free to browse through my collection of book reviews right here.
I’m hoping to combine some of the prompts from the Witcher-a-thon and the Queer Lit Readathon, with some of the books on my challenge lists. Especially my “50 books to read before you die” or the Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge. If you want you can always see my progress on my reading challenges right here.
Look out for my upcoming book reviews and check back in later to see my wrap-up of how my reading plans for June 2020 actually went!