I have watched so many of my fellow bloggers and friends participate in the Magical Readathon for the past two years and always felt like I was missing out, but I didn’t take part because I always realized too late that I wanted to. But this year, I have been on top of the updates and I’m so glad I had enough time to prepare my TBR and I’m so so excited to be a part of this wonderful community.
If you want to participate as well and want to know more about this month long readathon hosted by Book Roast, you can checkout all the details at the website, and also find all the downloadables there.
I tried very hard to figure out one Career that I would like to choose, but ended up with two options. As I can pretty much read the same books for both these careers, I’m going to read them all and then decide during the NEWTs in August which one I’m going to go for in the end.
So, my two options are going to be Hogwarts Professor and Trader of Magical Tomes, and I think they are just perfect.
I am also thinking of doing one of the Training Courses, Magical Shop Management because I feel it’ll compliment the Trader of Magical Tomes career.
My OWLs TBR
Ancient Runes – Heart on the Cover or in the Title
Astronomy – Read majority of this book when it’s dark outside
Charms – White Cover
Defense Against the Dark Arts – Book at the Sea/Coast
Herbology – Title starts with an ‘M’
History of Magic – Book featuring Witches/Wizards
Transfiguration – Book/Series that includes Shapeshifting
Additional Training Course TBR
Arithmancy – Read something outside your favorite genre
Remaining OWLs TBR (If I want to read)
Care of Magical Creatures – Creature with a beak on the cover
Divination – Assign numbers to your TBR and use a random number generator to pick your book
Muggle Studies – Book from a perspective of a muggle (contemporary)
Potions – Book under 150 pages
What do you think of my TBR? Do you think I’ll be able to read them all? Are you also participating, and if so, what are all on your TBR? Let me know all your thoughts and share your links in the comments below…