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#TheReadingQuest Introduction & TBR

You’ve probably seen this new readathon/bingo around that was created by Aentee @ Read at Midnight. It looked like so much fun (plus, I love me some video games!) that I decided that I had to join! The quest will be running from Sunday, August 13th until Sunday, September 10th. You can learn more about it and sign up by clicking on Aentee’s name at the top. There are quite a few different ways to earn XP & HP to become the top character and win the grand prize, so be sure to read the entire information post!

All of the amazing artwork for this fun reading quest was created by CW @ Read, Think, Ponder. It’s just so cute and perfect!


The Quest

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My Character

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Each participant will choose one of the above characters to follow their reading quest. And the character I have chosen is….

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The Mage!!!

MAGE: As wielders of spells and witchcraft, these players will conjure and summon their way through the First Down path on the quest. Their tomes contain magic and whispers of alternate lands.

I typically play as a rogue or mage in most video games, so I thought I’d stay true to my gaming self by choosing to be a mage. It also doesn’t hurt that the mage path focuses on fantasy, my fave! And yes, I was too lazy to make my character profile. It happens, you know?

My TBR

  • A book with a one word title – Hunted by Meagan Spooner
  • A book set in a different world – Heartless by Marissa Meyer
  • A book that contains magic – Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows, #2) by Leigh Bardugo
  • A book based on mythology – The Last Days of Magic by Mark Tompkins
  • The first book in a series – Daughter of the Pirate King (Daughter of the Pirate King, #1) by Tricia Levenseller

As luck would have it, some of the books that I had already planned to read this month, were able to count towards the reading quest. I may have to change up the rest of my TBR but it shouldn’t be too much of a problem. I do that anyways usually, haha!

Can’t wait to get started on this fun quest!


Are you participating in #thereadingquest? Which path did you decide to follow? What books are on your TBR?

20 thoughts on “#TheReadingQuest Introduction & TBR

  1. I am SO doing this! Is this for the month of August? Is there a time frame? I’m so excited! I love gaming too (GW2 for life!) and I always play either a mage (elementalist) or rogue (ranger or thief). Can’t decide which one I will play ha-ha!

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  2. Best of luck, Larkin! I, too, found this quest super cute and unique because of the RPG element. I mean, just look at it! ❤
    Unfortunately, I don't exactly have the time to participate at the moment but it'll be fun to follow everyone's progress 🙂
    I hope you enjoy all of these, especially Daughter of the Pirate King!

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