I’ve been talking about this a bit on social media, but it’s time to make the official announcement for my big January readathon…
Late-a-thon is a month-long readathon from January 1st to 31st dedicated to working on overdue review copies and ARCS!
If you don’t read ARCs, or don’t have any overdue ones, you can still join! Just make a list of books you meant to read already, whether they’ve been on your TBR a long time or are leftover from a 2018 reading challenge.
After posting a poll on Twitter, I was STUNNED by the literal hundreds of votes I received in favor of this month-long readathon, so here we are!
I know a lot of you have challenges to begin in January, but don’t fret!
Late-a-thon is the perfect readathon to combine with other readathons and challenges!
You can choose overdue titles to fit the other themes! In this case, I’ll be making a TBR jar of overdue review copies and pulling from that jar, which lets me commit to Late-a-thon and January Jam Jar at the same time.
Here’s how you can join…
- Create a TBR in a blog post, tweet, or whatever else you like to use. If you’re joining January Jam Jar, make a list of the books going in your jar!
- Leave a comment here with a link to your TBR so I can add you to the sign-up list below! SIGN-UPS OPEN UNTIL JANUARY 15TH!
- Use #LateAThon on social media!
- READ AT LEAST ONE “LATE” BOOK IN JANUARY—that’s it! You don’t have to commit the whole month to it (in fact, many participants are just doing it for a week of their choosing), nor do you have to fulfill a certain number of titles or challenges.
My Late-a-thon Goals:
Like I said earlier, I’ll be making a TBR jar of my overdue review copies for January. Rather than list them all below, I’ll just put a link to my Goodreads shelf here, where you can view the list in its entirety!
- Heather @ NightlyReading
- Bri (brinocheeze)
- Samantha Jayne
Do you have any “late” books you need to read? Let me know in the comments if you’re joining in!