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September To Remember #Giveaway Hop | September 10 - 24, 2019 | Reader ~ Planner Prize Pack (US) | #Latinxathon #TBR

Readeropolis is excited to bring you the 2019 September To Remember Giveaway Hop hosted by The Kids Did It and The Mommy Island . T...

Readeropolis is excited to bring you the 2019 September To Remember Giveaway Hop hosted by The Kids Did It and The Mommy Island. The hop will run from September 10 - 24.

September is a busy month for me. There are multiple reading events happening this month - including the Latinx-a-thon Readathon (check out my #Latinxathon TBR at the bottom of the post). My TBR list (to-be-read list) for all of September looks like a leaning tower. LOL! It will definitely be a month to remember. 

This hop stop's prize features a Time Garden Week-at-a-Glance Coloring Diary/Planner and some Latinx author swag I got at the Book Lovers Con this summer. 

Plan your weeks with a fun way to organize! Time Garden Week-at-a-Glance Coloring Diary Planner is undated, so you can start (or take breaks) whenever you want. 

Readeropolis is giving away a Reader ~ Planner Prize Pack at this giveaway hop stop (US only, 18+ years old, see terms and conditions in giveaway widget).

The prize pack contains:

"From the creator of bestselling coloring books The Time Garden and The Time Chamber comes a color-in week-at-a-glance diary featuring the same beloved artwork. The Time Garden Diary adapts the magical pop art of the coloring books to a format coloring fans can use in every day life. A full page to color faces each week to make planning a pleasure." -

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Be sure to hop by the other stops for more chances to win cool prizes!



My TBR varies from the read-a-thon prompts a bit because I am a mood reader andtry to read books on my shelf first. If my book shelves don't have what I need/want, I fill in with library books and occasionally make a special purchase. What I actually end up reading read may vary. Like I said, I am really a mood reader. 😆 

Here's what I picked from the library:

1. VOICES: The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo (Dominican-American)

Here's what I picked from my shelves:

2. Never Too Real by Carmen Rita (Dominican-American)  
3. ROOTS: The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende (Chilean)
4. HERITAGE: Blood-Drenched Beard by Daniel Galera (Brazilan)
5. At Night We Walk in Circles by Daniel Alarcón (Peruvian-American)
6. Conquistadora by Esmeralda Santiago (Puerto Rican-American)


1. VOICES: Read a book written by an Indigenous or Afro-Latinx author
2. LATINIDAD: Read a book written by an intersectional Latinx author
3. ROOTS: Read a translated book or a book featuring more than one language
4. HERITAGE: Read a book written by an author from a non-Spanish speaking Latin American country (or heritage)
5. # LatinxLitTakeover: Read the group book - The Grief Keeper by Alexandra Villasante 

***BONUS: Read books that are written by authors representing a different Latinx heritage. (Inspired by ReadwithCindy's Asian Readathon)

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