I managed to finish my OWLs a few days ago, and I am finally making a separate wrap-up post about it, before the monthly wrap-up in a few days.
It was a funny coincidence that I did my OWLs in April both in BookRoast’s reading challenge, and in the Hogwarts Mystery game, so I’m going to be sharing my results for both!
First, Hogwarts Mystery:
I did pretty well, with perfect grades in everything except two subjects! And one of those was history of magic, where I expected a much lower score.
As for the reading challenge, I was aiming for the Curse Breaker career:
But I managed to complete all 12 prompts, so technically I can go for anything else if I change my mind based on the NEWT prompts.
Ancient Runes – A retelling: The Gospel of Loki by Joanne Harris
Arithmancy – A work with multiple authors: New Suns edited by Nisi Shawl
Astronomy – Star in the title: A Walk Between Stars by Tyler R. Parsons
Care of Magical Creatures – Land animal on the cover: Hexbreaker by Jordan L. Hawk
Charms – An adult work: A Small Country About to Vanish by Victoria Avilan
Defense Against the Dark Arts – Title starting with R: Red Dove, Listen to the Wind by Sonia Antaki
Divination – Set in the future: Once & Future by Amy Rose Capetta & Cori McCarthy
Herbology – Plant on the cover: Full of Briars by Seanan McGuire
History of magic – Published 10 years ago: Ólomerdő by Csilla Kleinheincz
Muggle Studies – A contemporary book: Play It Again by Aidan Wayne
Potions – A sequel: Chimes at Midnight by Seanan McGuire
Transfiguration – Red cover: Bleeding Earth by Kaitlin Ward