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Pondathon Wrap-Up

Hi friends, and happy Thursday! I hope you’re well. Today I’m posting something a little different. In today’s post I’m going to be wrapping up my reading experience during the Pondathon!

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The Pondathon Readathon was hosted by CW over at The Quiet Pond.

I had such an amazing time reading and collecting things for my garden. This is one of the few readathons I’ve participated in and I’m so glad I took the plunge. I’m sad that it had to end early and that CW is closing her blog, but I respect her decision and wish her all the best! 😊 I also just want thank her so much for running this readathon because it was amazing and she did an incredible job!!

Now onto my wrap-up!

Over the course of the readathon I read 46 books! I honestly can’t believe I read so many books before we even hit the halfway mark on the year, look at me go!

In round one this is what my garden looked like:

Look at it! Starting off small!

The books I read (I’ve linked my reviews, where applicable) :

In round two this was my garden:

It got a little bigger!

The books I read (I’ve linked my reviews, where applicable) :

In round three this was my garden:

Look at my very full garden!

The books I read (I’ve linked my reviews, where applicable) :

In round four & five (I combined this one) this was my garden:

I ended up having to create a new garden for round 4 & 5!

The books I read (I’ve linked my reviews, where applicable) :

For the last round of the Pondathon here is my final garden, in which I had to start over because my last gardens didn’t save and so I combined everything to make one garden:

It’s one HUGE garden & I’m very happy with it!

The books I read:

  • What Strange Paradise by: Omar El Akkad
  • Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by: Gail Honeyman
  • The Last Emperox by: John Scalzi
  • Daughter of the Pirate King by: Tricia Levenseller
  • Ghost Squad by: Claribel A. Ortega
  • A Man Called Ove by: Fredrik Backman
  • Fat Chance, Charlie Vega by: Crystal Maldonado

And that’s a wrap on the Pondathon readathon! I had so much fun participating and again, wishing the very best CW! Did you participate in the readathon? How did your garden come along? Let me know in the comments below and link to your gardens!

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