Read-India Thon: My TBR

Next week we celebrate the Indian Independence Day on the 15thof August and what better way to celebrate it than with books, right?! Shantala from @ShanayaTales is hosting an Indian literature Readathon next week, from 11thAugust to the 17thand you can take part too!

To find out more, go to https://www.shanayatales.com/read-india-thon-indian-readathon/.

The three challenges are as follows:

#1 Read a Book on or about India or by an Indian Author

#2 Read An Indian Book Under 24 Hours

And

#3 Read A Book With the Indian Tri-Color on the Cover

There’s also an amazing giveaway for all the participants, so what’s not to love?!

I have taken a page out of Shantala’s book and am reading books from my never ending TBR pile!

For Challenge 1, I have

  1. Bindi Babes by Narinder Dhamibindi babes.jpg

This is one book I’m excited to check out! It’s middle grade, and I hope I enjoy it!

Maybe I’m being overambitious, but I have chosen another book for this prompt

2.Lights! Scalpel! Romance! by Jas Kohli

Lights Scalpel Pbk

This is a recent review copy from Rupa Publications . Am looking forward to reading it for the readathon! I am a doctor, and feel this one’s going to be enjoyable!

For challenge 2, I have picked, yet again, 2 books!

  1. Who Wants to Marry A Mamma’s Boy and other stories by Manjula Paulwho wants to marry

This is a review copy by Rupa Publications! Eager to read this one!

2. How To Stop Your Grownup From Making Bad Decisions by Judy Balan

how to stop your

This promises to be a very fun read! This is for all three prompts!

For challenge 3, I have chosen, with great difficulty, Rusty and the Magic Mountain by Ruskin Bond!

rusty and magic mountain

Ruskin Bond is one of my favourite authors, and I’m thrilled to be reading one of his books for prompt three!

And that concludes my overly ambitious TBR for this readathon! Do you think I can accomplish it? Will any of you be joining me for this readathon?

One thought on “Read-India Thon: My TBR

  1. Okay so wow! Because to begin with I wasn’t familiar with any of these books. But these are great picks. So many of them sound interesting. Would love to know how you like them.

    Wishing you the best with all 3 challenges! Happy reading!

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