Alphabethon Summer Round

It’s almost here: The summer round of Alphabethon. And guess what?!


I’m so excited to be able to join the Alphabethon team for this summer edition.

Things are a little different this time. For one It’s a MONTH long! So this one will be during the whole month of July!

Another thing that’s different. We’re not doing one letter. We’re trying to get through the whole Alphabet.
To make that a little harder we’re doing it in order. And you can only pick books on title. Author names don’t count for this one. And A, The and other things like that count. so you can only pick a The….. title for T. So that makes it even harder.

Read the whole announcement post by the creator Michelle here.

So I know I will never read 26 books in a month. I admire everyone who can. So I only made a TBR for the first half of the Alphabet. If by some miracle I get past ‘M’ then I will just wing it. So here is my TBR. but we both know things can always change. (I will be on holiday during the first two weeks so these books are limited to my kindle library.

  • At the Stroke of Midnight by Tara Sivec
  • Blood Type by K.A. Linde
  • Clean Slate by Piper Rayne.
  • Did I Mention I Love You by Estelle Maskame
  • E – No book set yet, recommendations are welcome
  • For Forester by J. Nathan
  • G – I don’t have one for this yet. Please give recommendations
  • Hate Story by Nicole Williams
  • I Dare You by Ilsa Madden-Mills
  • Just Don’t Mention it by Estelle Maskame
  • K – Recommendations needed!
  • Long Shot by Kennedy Ryan
  • Manic Monday by Piper Rayne



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