O.W.L.s Magical Readathon: Announcement and Possibility Pile!

I know it’s April so I’m already late to the party (surprise)… But after quite a bit of debating I’ve finally decided to join the O.W.L.s Magical Readathon this year! I’ve been keen on joining since I first heard about it last year and I’m seriously impressed by the amount of amazing work that has gone into making this readathon a possibility. Exhibit A are the career pages in the booklet that G made–the artwork is stunning! Here’s the announcement video from G’s channel about the readathon in case you’re interested and want to join in too (it’s never too late right?)!

G @ Book Roast introducing Year 3 of the O.W.L.s Magical Readathon!

Anyway, before I get off track… I was waffling on what career to choose for the readathon and I was stuck between Culinary Sorcerer (I mean how much fun does that sound?!) and Trader of Magical Tomes (which is just a big duh) but thanks to a Twitter poll, I’m going for: Trader of Magical Tomes! Very exciting times friends…

There are four O.W.L.s I have to complete in order to achieve this: Ancient Runes, Charms, History of Magic and Transfiguration.

Ancient Runes:

Heart rune – a heart on the cover or in the title

Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer or A Heart So Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer

Charms:

lumos maxima – white cover

One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus or Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus

history of magic:

Witch hunt – books featuring witches/wizards

The Familiars by Stacey Halls or Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw

Transfiguration:

Animagus lecture – book/series that features shape shifting

I struggled a bit with this one… I don’t know that I already have books with shape shifting, aside from the ones mentioned below… Do you have any suggestions maybe?
Gumiho: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho or Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa

I don’t know yet if I want to do any of the extra courses that we can take but I guess we’ll come to that when I complete the O.W.L.s and if I have the time/energy! I’m feeling pretty optimistic that I can make it through the O.W.L.s successfully seeing as I only have four prompts to complete… Fingers crossed I haven’t just jinxed myself πŸ˜‚ I’m really excited to take part in such a huge readathon though! Slytherin represent! 🐍

Are you also joining in the magical readathon? If you are, what career did you choose and what books will you be reading? Link me up to your post below!

30 thoughts on “O.W.L.s Magical Readathon: Announcement and Possibility Pile!

    1. I’ve heard so many positive things about that series so I’m very curious! Ooh Mind Medic sounds really cool too πŸ˜€ Whichever you end up doing though, good luck! I’ll swing by and check out your post now! ❀

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  1. Yaaaay I’m so glad you decided to do it, Dini! πŸ˜€ Best of luck with your reading. The Familiars and Winterwood are two I’d really like to try – I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts on them. Happy reading!

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    1. Woohoo! I’m really excited to be participating. I just need to start kicking my ass in gear now and actually PICK UP A BOOK 🀣*manic laughter* (don’t mind me losing the plot just a little bit haha!) Good luck and happy reading to you too, lovely! ❀

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    1. I’m really curious to see what I’ll think of it too since I’ve heard so many mixed reviews πŸ˜… I really loved Grey in ACSDAL so I’m hoping that I love his story! Happy reading to you too ❀

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    1. Ooh yay! I saw it in the recommendations list and I had no idea that it had shape shifting, so I’m glad I saw it on there πŸ˜€ Good luck achieving a curse breaking career 😍

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  2. It’s never too late! So glad you’re joining as well!
    And omg, everyone is reading Brigid Kemmerer books this time πŸ˜€ the second book for Ancient Runes and the first one for Transfiguration.

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  3. Ooohhh you’ve got some amazing books here on your TBR – I’m particularly interested to see what you think about Call It What You Want because I’ve been umming & ahhing about picking it up for way too long πŸ˜‚ Good luck with the readathon!

    πŸ’› Ngoc

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  4. G puts so much work and love into this, she makes this readathon truly magical! It’s my first year participating and I am loving it! You have an amazing possibility pile, I want to read most of these books and the others are on my radar. I almost chose Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer for Ancient Runes but I couldn’t order it on time (and I really want a physical copy of this book) so I had to pick another one. I hope you read it! πŸ˜ƒ

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