#Hamilthon TBR

How to cope with not having time to read for fun because you have so many articles to read for university? By putting together a TBR for the next month, of course.

In March, I’ll try my best to participate in #Hamilthon, a readathon based on the songs of the musical.

Note: Some of these are on my February TBR as well, but we’ll see if I have time to read them.

What’d I Miss? — Read a book 5+ years old.


Wait For it — Read a book you’ve been waiting for (a new release, a library hold, or just one you’ve been excited to read).

Once & Future (Once & Future, #1)

My Shot — Read a standalone book.

Bleeding Earth

Burn — Read a book with a fire-related title or cover.

Rise of the Dragons (Kings and Sorcerers, #1)

Satisfied — Read the last book in a series.

Washington on Your Side — A book featuring a devious plot or cunning scheme.

An Artificial Night (October Daye, #3)

Your Obedient Servant — Read a book with more than one POV.

Helpless — Read a a book featuring a romance or a marriage.

The Kiss Quotient

The Schuyler Sisters — Read a book that’s part of a trilogy.

The Election of 1800 — Read a book set in the past.

Hollow City (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, #2)

The World Was Wide Enough — Read a book set in a country (or originally written in a language) not your own.

Beyond the Veil

Take a Break — Finish a book in a day.

Cora and the Nurse Dragon

Who Tells Your Story — Read a book written by a marginalised author.

Like Nobody's Watching

The Reynolds Pamphlet — Read something short (novella, graphic novel etc.)


Alexander Hamilton — Read a book with a name in the title

The Gospel of Loki (Loki #1)


~ Alexa