Trope-ical Readathon Update

Last month I participated in my third round of Trope-ical Readathon. In case you missed it, here are the books I picked for the various challenges. This is the best I’ve ever done for a Trope-ical Readathon. Even though it felt chaotic, I read 9 books this time around. I also switched out some books from my original plan as the month went on and my reading preferences changed. So here’s my Trope-ical Readathon update from March 2023.

Trope-ical Readathon March 2023 final

I also completed one Team Challenge by reading THE PRINCESS DIARIST by Carrie Fisher. I still haven’t learned to tally up my reading page totals or points as I go along. So I don’t have those today. Next round I’ll try to do that so I can share those stats.

Here is the final table of completed challenges.

Absent/dead parentsA book with more than one authorHeart of Glass by Brittany Holland [DONE]
Love triangleFollowers/friends choose between two booksWe Who Hunt the Hollow by Kate Murray
Boarding schoolA group/buddy readA Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas [DONE]
Dark academiaA borrowed bookLawn Boy by Jonathan Evison [DONE]
HolidayTakes place in another countryThe Dancing Tree by Kiran Millwood Hargrave* [DONE]
Blast from the pastA book published before 2000The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman [DONE]
Mixed mediaAn audiobook or ebookThe Fairy Bargains of Prospect Hill by Rowenna Miller*
Post apocalyptic/dystopiaA book with over 500 pagesPestilence by Laura Thalassa [DONE]
Found familyA book in a seriesSome Desperate Glory by Emily Tesh* [DONE]
Coming-of-ageAn indie or self-published bookLibertie by Kaitlyn Greenidge
Multiple POVMultiple POC charactersThe Atlas Paradox by Olive Blake
Bookish themesA book with a pun in the titleThe Midnight Library by Matt Haig
RetellingA book with a TV or movie adaptationGilded Cage by Dani Wyatt [DONE]

Did you participated in Trope-icale Readathon for this round? If so, what’s your Trope-cal Readathon update?

3 thoughts on “Trope-ical Readathon Update

    1. Thank you! You should totally try out this readathon. It’s very chill. And you don’t even have to pick out your books beforehand. You can assign them to a prompt once you’re finished.

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