1. The Marauder's Map - Read a book with a map
My choice: Court of Fives (Court of Fives #1) by Kate Elliott - I've never read this author before, but this sounds like it could be a great YA fantasy.
2. Three Broomsticks Inn - Read a book that's part of a trilogy
My choice: The Defiant (The Valiant #2) by Lesley Livington - The Valiant was such a pleasant surprise and I can't wait to see where the trilogy goes.
3. Madam Puddifoot's Tea & Cakes - Start a read with a cup of tea
My choice: The Counterfeit Detective (The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes) by Stuart Douglas - Sherlock Holmes is one of my favorite characters and this long series has featured a lot of fantastic Holmesian stories. This seems like the perfect choice go with this prompt.
4. Hogshead -Not the most popular (has less than 10,000 ratings on Goodreads)
My choice: Necrotech (SINless #1) by K.C. Alexander - As of writing this (Sunday, June 7th), this book has 516 ratings. I don't know about you, but it sounds and looks like an awesome cyberpunk story.
5. Honeydukes - Pink or green cover, or has sweets/ baked goods on the cover
My choice: Walk the Wild With Me by Rachel Atwood - It's a Robin Hood fantasy retelling. Need I say more?
6. Zonko's Tricks & Jokes - Humorous read
My choice: Staked (The Iron Druid Chronicles #8) by Kevin Hearne - I can't believe this is the next to the last book in this series. I'm not ready for it to be over, but I have to know what happens. By the way, Atticus and Oberon make quite the comedic duo.
7. The Shrieking Shack - Read a horror or a thriller
My choice: Wax by Gina Damico - I won a copy of this awhile back and it's high time I finally give it a try.
8. Scrivenshaft's Quill Shop - Book written by a person of color
My choice: Children of Virtue and Vengeance (Legacy of the Orisha #2) by Tomi Adeyemi - I don't know why I've been putting this off for so long. Book one was brilliant and it's time I take the plunge with the sequel.
9. Owl Post - Book you got via post or last book you added to your TBR
My choice: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (The Hunger Games #0) by Suzanne Collins - I'm not sure what to think about the whole young President Snow thing or that title, but I have to give it a try.
10. Dervish and Banges - Steampunk read
My choice: The Six-Gun Tarot (Golgotha #1) by R.S. Belcher - This is a steampunk fantasy western horror and it sounds like it's going to be right up my alley.
Have you read any of these books? Are you going to be taking part in this mini readathon, or did you participate in the O.W.L.S.? As always, thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting down below!