#CramAThon TBR

I decided last minute (like, literally 10 minutes ago) to participate in the #CramAThon which starts TODAY! There are 5 challenges to complete, so I’ve made myself a little TBR managing to fit in two of my current reads, and I thought I’d share them with you here!

  1. A book by a Black author – The Confessions of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins
    I’m currently reading this novel, so hopefully I’ll finish it this week! It’s a crime novel where a Caribbean serving girl is wrongly accused (maybe wrongly? Idk I haven’t finished it!) of murdering her owners.
  2. Less than 200 pages – Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis by Wendy Cope
    A poetry book that apparently propelled poet Wendy Cope to the bestseller lists! Someone bought this book for me because they loved it, so I really should read it.
  3. Released in 2020 – Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo
    This book is about two sisters who don’t know that the other exists. When their father dies in a plane crash, they are brought together. This one is being hailed all over the internet and I’m really excited to read it.
  4. Ownvoices – The Gravity of Us by Phil Stamper
    This book is about two boys. One of the boy’s father is on the one-way NASA trip to Mars. Other than that, I have no idea what this novel is about, but I’m excited to read it.
  5. Non-fiction – Wicca by Harmony Nice
    What it says on the tin: a book about Wicca from someone who I’ve followed on social media for years! I’m already part-way through this one, too.

Are you participating in the CramAThon? It’s not too late to take part! I’ll be vlogging my week, and obviously my weekly wrap-up will inform you whether or not I actually managed to read these books…

Stay safe & keep reading!

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