Magical Readathon, Wrap Ups

OWLs Readathon Week 1

week 1

Hey! Hope everyone is staying healthy and safe during these anxiety-ridden times. I thought I would do a quick wrap-up of my first week studying for my OWLs for the 2020 Magical Readathon. As you can see in my book journal, I am a bit behind on my wrap-up, geez what else is new? But I also have been filling my days with reading every moment I can, in between tending to my elves of course.

If you missed my first post at the beginning of the readathon, you can find it here.

This week, I managed to meet some amazing Harry Potter loving people. They are the reason that these long days reading from sun up to down are bareable and fun. Also, G is running incredible daily trivia-though at times I feel like an idiot for not remembering incredible trivia from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. It is so much fun to discuss books and Harry Potter everything with people that understand!

Finished Reading:

I only finished one book so far, though I am in the process of reading like 4 at the same time so hopefully I’ll be ok. For Charms, the topic of the OWLs was Lumos Maxima, read a book with a cover more than 50% white. I read Rebel Heir by Vi Keeland. A quick read to help me stay up to pace with the readathon.

Currently Reading:

Defense Against the Dark Arts:

Grindlows-read a book set at sea: Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

Astronomy:

Night classes-Read a majority of this book when it’s dark outside: House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig

Arithmancy:

Magical qualities of number 2 balances/opposites read a book outside your favorite genre: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

History of Magic:

Witch Hunts-read a book about wizards/witches: The Never Tilting World by Rin Chupeco

Comments:

Are you participating in the OWLs readathon? How’s your reading going?

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