Rainbow Week 2021 – Red

"The day before it had been an ordinary red plastic box with my name written on it in black Magic Marker, but my mother had been visited by one of her frequent creative urges and had decoupaged a bunch of pictures of golfers and golf equipment all over it." -Regular Guy by Sarah Weeks
"The day before it had been an ordinary red plastic box with my name written on it in black Magic Marker, but my mother had been visited by one of her frequent creative urges and had decoupaged a bunch of pictures of golfers and golf equipment all over it." -Regular Guy by Sarah Weeks

Share your favorite red books, quotes, and more for Rainbow Week!

Use the hashtag #ReadByColor on your colorful posts to add to the celebration.


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#ReadByColor – Rainbow Week 2021

Having reached the exciting goal of 300 blog followers here at ElzaKinde.com, I’ve decided to celebrate in the only way I know how… with tons of colorful graphics, games, and Middle Grade book recommendations!

Rainbow Week 2021

April 11-17 | hosted by @ElzaKinde

Join me this week in sharing colorful reads across social media to create a rainbow of recommendations. This will be a fun way to show off the beautiful books on your shelf, find new titles for your TBR, and provides a great excuse to add some bright, happy color to your feed!

How to Participate:

  • Follow me here on my blog, and on social media via Twitter and Instagram for regular updates.
  • Use the hashtag #ReadByColor on event-related posts.
  • Pop in any time between April 11-17 to join in the conversation, share pictures, and participate in all the fun and games.
  • Share the news with your bookish friends! The more the merrier.

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10/10 Reading Update for 2021

10 Middle Grade Books I Want to Read in 2021

At the start of the year, I decided to use Goodreads’s annual reading challenge in a new way to help alleviate some of the pressure that comes with trying to pick a reasonable goal for a year’s worth of reading. My scaling goal was set at a reasonable 10 books, and now that I’ve hit that marker, it’s bumping up to 20!

As a celebration of sorts, I’m posting a brand new list of reads I hope to squeeze in this year.

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