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RYBSAT stands for Read Your Bookshelf-a-thon and is hosted by Miranda from BooKss101 (, Gary from BookNeedLove ( and Lainy from Gingerreadslainey ( It is going to last from Monday 16th to Monday 23rd of June. Basically what you have to do is pick a spot in your bookshelf and start reading from then on and see how much you can read in a week. If you want to see Miranda’s video (that’s how I discovered this read-a-thon) here it is:

My pick is this spot:

I’m going to start reading Don’t Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout and continue on with Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott and on and on. I honestly don’t know how much reading I will get done because even though is Summer I don’t know what things may get in the way but anyway the only thing that really matters to me is enjoying the books and have a good time. And if by the end of the read-a-thon I manage to finish The Ring & The Crown by Melissa de la Cruz much better.

Also, I would be updating my progress throughout the week on both Twitter and Instagram so go check it out there! I’m not sure if I would be doing a specific wrap-up for this read-a-thon or just my general wrap-up at the end of the month. We’ll see at the end. Anyway, have a fantastic week and happy reading!

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