#Hamilthon TBR

Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today I’m back with an exciting TBR for you. Louise from Foxes and Fairy Tales is doing a Hamilton Readathon. And as I love that musical I absolutely have to participate in this readathon. It will run from March 1st until the end of the month. So 30 days and a lot of great prompts! If this interests you please check out the announcement post. (Linked above)
And now without further ado let’s start with the TBR.

Alexander Hamilton – a book with a name in the title

The Reynolds Pamphlet – a short book

Who tells your Story – marginalised author

Take a break – Finish a book in a day

The World was wide enough – foreign language

The Election of 1800 – a book set in the past

The Schuyler Sisters – a book that’s part of a trilogy

Helpless – romance book

Your Obedient Servant – multiple POV

Washington on your Side – devious plot/cunning scheme

Satisfied – last book in a series

Burn – fire related title/cover

My Shot – Standalone

Wait for it – a book you’ve been waiting for

What’d I miss? – a book that’s 5+years old

And these are all the books that I want to read in March for that Readathon. What about you? Are you going to participate in the #hamilthon readathon? Please tell me in the comments below!

The covers all come from their respective Goodreads page!

4 thoughts on “#Hamilthon TBR

  1. I’m so excited you’re taking part! You’ve got some great books lined up too. I read Rosemary and Rue just last month and really enjoyed it. I’d not heard of European Travels for the Monsterous Gentlewoman but the cover is stunning so I’ll definitely check it out!

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