May 2019 TBR

My readathon of choice for May is #AsianReadathon which means I will be trying to read books by Asian authors, and specifically from as many different Asian countries as possible (Books for the Asian Readathon are marked with *) I’m also participating in other reading challenges as well as I am judging a round of…

I let 5 Booktubers Pick My TBR

How do you choose your next book to read? Do you browse your shelves and pick out something that grabs your attention? Or are you more methodical in storing your books in order of how long you’ve owned them and thus, you pick up the book that’s spent the longest time on your unread shelf?…

How To Read 3 Books In A Day

On Sunday, I planned to read 3 books. I asked my subscribers on YouTube to look through my TBR stack and pick 3 books for me to read in a day. If we’re saying a day is a 24 hour period, then I succeeded. I got a late start on Sunday but once I started…

1K Celebration

I asked you to follow me on YouTube and you did. Over 1000 of you watched my videos and liked them enough to say, I want to see more. THANK YOU! Welcome to the Runwright Reads family! Part of the welcome celebration is that this weekend, you get to turn the tables on me –…

Mortified

Amid the disenchantment surrounding Castro’s early 1980s regime and her husband’s failed attempts at organizing a revolution of his own, Soledad takes her two children, Ulises and Isabel, and flees, not to a pseudo-Cuban community of refugees in Miami but onward to Hartford, Connecticut. There, she begins a relationship with a foreigner, a Dutchman named…

Book Challenge By Erin 8.0 TBR

Remember that time I did a reading challenge? Okay, so that’s all the time but this is one that I do often and that I’ll be participating in starting January. You could join too! On December 1st, Erin announced the categories for Book Challenge by Erin 8.0. That means interested readers have a month to…

Journal Flip Through

I might not be the best artist but creativity means more to me than perfection. Here are 5 pages from my reading journal That was a record of my impressions of just a few of the books I’ve read this year. If you’d like to see more, subscribe to my YouTube channel. I’m posting a…

Vlogmas

Imagine me on your TV (or computer screen). Imagine watching some kind of programming every day that features me talking about something book related. That’s actually happening. Scroll down to see. Vlogmas is a YouTube event where participating channels work to produce a video every day in December – at least until Dec 24. Some…

Free Book

I’ve been thinking about sharing my current NaNoWriMo novel project on here. What do you think? I would release it as I write it, a few hundred words at a time. That means you’d have to come everyday to read it. If you’re interested, I’ll do it. If you’re not, I won’t. There are about…

Unique Titles

To be fair, the title of this post isn’t unique. The list I am about to share with you will appear in a slightly different version on many book blogs today because I am responding to a prompt from Broke and Bookish. Also, the very idea that one would refer to book titles as unique…

Things Booktubers Do

I’m on Booktube – that means I make YouTube videos that are specifically about books: what books are about and my experience reading them: that’s a lot of what you’ll find on Booktube. However, most tubers will probably tell you that their most popular videos are book hauls – the ones they make showing the…

Bout of Books Update and Others

My goals last week were to: Write creatively everyday and finish 2 short stories – I did that Record & upload 7 video reviews – I made 5 YouTube videos, not all reviews though Read 3 books – yes, see below Blog everyday  – I did Send snail mail to 3 people – I wrote…