Mythothon Round 6 Wrap-Up

Last month I participated in my second readathon, the sixth round of Mythothon. I thought after enjoying the Trope-ical Readathon in March I’d try a second round. If you missed my Mythothon announcement post, you can see what books I chose for my line up here.

April ended up being a slightly slower reading month for me than March. I completed three of the five books on my Mythothon TBR, not including the Team book by Agatha Christie. Two of these three books I read were ARCs from NetGalley. I’ve been trying really hard the first half of this year to try and get through most, preferably all, of my ARCs.

The three books I completed are:

  • THESE HOLLOW VOWS by Lexi Ryan (part of my #BeatTheBacklog list)
  • KAIKEYI by Vaishnavi Patel (review)
  • TELL ME AND ENDING by Jo Harkin

I wish I’d been able to read more, but I’m happy I have the time to read at all. And now, if you haven’t noticed yet on my blog, it’s the month of Wyrd and Wonder. This event is a celebration of all things fantasy-related in any media format. There’s no deadline to sign up, so if you’re interested, learn more.

Mythothon Round 6

After enjoying Trope-ical Readathon last month, I stumbled across another readathon thanks to Chris at Biblio Nerd Reflections. This April I decided to participate in my second readathon called Mythothon. It’s hosted by Foxes and Fairytales and the details are here. This round follows the story of three Egyptian gods: Isis, Osiris, and Set.

I decided to choose Team Isis because its prompts best fit with the ARCs left in my NetGalley queue. Here is my line up for the team book and the five set prompts.

  • Team Book: Death Comes at the End by Agatha Christie (optional)
  • Magic: These Hollow Vows by Lexi Ryan
  • The Search: Free by Lauren Kessler
  • Found: Kaikeyi by Vaishnavi Patel
  • Flight: Tell Me An Ending by Jo Harkin
  • Embalming: Four Treasures of the Sky by Jenny Tinghui Zhang

If you want to participate, you can sign up at any point in the month of April. Mythothon runs from April 1 to April 30 and latecomers are welcome.