They are overlapping this year but thankfully, I've found books to meet a challenge from each readathon, so I can easily participate in both.
I plan to have a successful week of reading... with quite the ambitious TBR! It took quite a long time to figure out a game plan here. I already had quite a lot of books borrowed from the library and from my cousin, so it was all a matter of going through and seeing which ones met which challenges. I still had to borrow two via my library's digital collection to complete all the challenges, but for the most part, most of these books are ones I've had quite a while and I need to read and return.
1/ Read a book with a person on the cover.
2/ Read a hyped book.
3/ Finish a book in one day.
4/ Read about a character that is very different from you.
5/ Finish a book completely outdoors.
6/ Read a book you bought because of the cover.
(I'm altering this challenge slightly since I'm using borrowed books... Read a book I "borrowed" because of the cover.)
7/ Read seven books.
1/ Group Book Challenge
Flame in the Mist by Renee Adieh
2/ Read from the host’s favorite genre
Kassie - Magical Realism
Caz - Historical Fiction
Brittni - High/Epic Fantasy
Emma - Diverse Books
Kelly - Dystopian/SciFi
Red - Paranormal
Momo - Urban fantasy
3/ Read a book that has been or still is banned
4/ Throwback challenge - Favorite Mythical Creature: Witches
5/ Book to movie adaptation - read & watch (@booksbydano)
6/ Read a book you've seen somewhere other than booktube (@pucksandpaperbacks)
7/ LGBTQIA+ (@daily_booknerd)
Complete list of throwback reading and video challenges:
I don't actually have this YET. I'm on the waiting list for an ebook copy from my library. But I hope to get it in within the next couple of days.