hello everyone, it’s been a while since i last posted. before i begin the post, here’s a short life update – i’m done with exams, and finally have gotten all of my papers back 😀 i did pretty well in most of them and some of my teachers even took me aside to tell me they were proud of how much i’ve improved academically. overall i’m really pleased with my progress and i’m so happy my effort paid off.
to celebrate, i’ll be rewarding myself by joining a readathon! i’m a huge fan of readathons, because they give me the opportunity to interact with other participants, and motivate me to read more.
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i just spent a week reading nonstop, and finished seven books in seven days. i feel exhausted (in a good way), and at the same time, amazing. that is exactly why i have decided to sign up for another reading challenge, held once every year in august – arc (you guessed it) august.
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a few weeks ago, i learnt about the reading rush challenge on goodreads.
right now, i’m on summer break, so i have loads of free time (actually no, i have to do revision on the topics covered last year in class, but let’s pretend it isn’t my second last summer break as a high school student, and that i have all the time in the world). i’ve never participated in a reading challenge before, and now seems like a good time to try.
so the next day, i registered for the challenge. i know the reading rush’s target participants are booktubers, but i want to join in on the fun on my blog. the plan is i’ll do a small bit of vlogging as well, but i don’t know if it’ll work out since i have absolutely no idea how to vlog 🙈
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