O.W.L.s Magical Readathon 2020 TBR

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Ancient Runes.

Heart rune R: heart on the cover or in the title.

The Lightning-Struck Heart (Tales From Verania #1) by T.J. Klune



Magical qualities of number 2: balance/opposites – read something outside your favourite genre.

A Convenient Fiction (Parish Orphans of Devon #3) by Mimi Matthews



Night classes: read majority of this book when it’s dark outside.

Olive by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik



Care of Magical Creatures.

Hippogriffs: creature with a beak on the cover.

Within the Sanctuary of Wings (The Memoirs of Lady Trent #5) by Marie Brennan



Lumos Maxima: white cover.

Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust


Defense Against the Dark Arts.

Grindylows: book set at the sea/coast.

The Dark Tide by Alicia Jasinska




Third eye: assign numbers to your TBR and use a random number generator to pick your read.

All the Ever Afters: The Untold Story of Cinderella’s Stepmother by Danielle Teller



Mimulus mimbletonia: title starts with an M.

Mary Anne by Daphne du Maurier


History of Magic.

Witch hunts: book featuring witches/wizards.

A Spell for Trouble (An Enchanted Bay Mystery #1) by Esme Addison



Muggle Studies.

Book from a perspective of a muggle (contemporary).

To Kill a Mocking Girl (Bookbinding Mystery #1) by Harper Kincaid



Shrinking Solution: book under 150 pages.

Poison or Protect by Gail Carriger is just under at 147 pages.



Animagus lecture: book/series that includes shapeshifting.

Reticence (The Custard Protocol #4) by Gail Carriger





11 thoughts on “O.W.L.s Magical Readathon 2020 TBR”

  1. This always looks like a ton of fun, but I’m worried that I’ll lose track of all the pieces of such a big, exciting readathon! Good luck with your “classes”! 🙃


  2. Fun list! I’m going for Librarian for this (my first) year of the OWL/NEWT readathons. Though, I didn’t think about a back-up plan. I think my back-up plan will be to sit for as many OWLs as I can, so that I have more options (if needed) in August. Some of them that aren’t on my OWL radar because they’re not needed for my career choice should be easy enough for me to do — Potions, for example.

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    1. That’s my strategy too. With the way things are I think I should manage all 12 subjects so it’ll leave some wiggle room for if life’s got a lot busier in August. Good luck! Librarian soulds like a great choice for a readathon job goal!


      1. Thanks! Since so many careers sounded fun, I ended up going with Librarian because it was closest to the path my actual life took. (I’m not a librarian, but I considered it, and I did work in a library for a while.) Good luck to you too!

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