My Goodreads TBR list is an overwhelming mess. To organize and control it, I decided to make up my own challenge which I am going to refer to as the ‘Goodreads TBR’ challenge.
These are the steps I took in order to make the following list;
1. Eliminate all books that you DO NOT own.
2. Set aside books that coincide with your monthly and yearly reading goals.
For me, I set apart books that fit within these goals;
– Read 1 Book from my Book of the Month selections a month. (Annual goal)
– 1 Reread chosen from books I read 1+ years ago per month. (Annual goal)
– Catching up on my unread V.E. Schwab books. (April goal)
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I don’t usually make specific TBRs as I typically choose my next book based on my mood. I have been finding it more difficult to make that choice due to the vast amount of amazing titles that have been released recently. 2019 has already been a great year for new releases. By making this list, I hope to help future me make that decision easier. I have read 8 books a month so far this year so I choose 8 books for my TBR, my most anticipated among ones that will help me reach my reading goals as explained in this post.
I am currently rereading the Ember in the Ashes series so that I can read the third and final book in the series, A Reaper at the Gates.
1. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir
I am currently reading this and hope to finish within the next 2-3 days.
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Read 75 Books
- I have currently read 14 books this year. According to Goodreads, I am 4 books ahead of schedule.
- Avoid long reading slumps. Those are never fun.
- I was only able to read 34 books last year.
- Make sure as I try to achieve this goal, reading is still enjoyable and does not feel more like a requirement.
- Try to post every 2 or 3 days consistently.
- Post quality content.
- As this is a newer blog, be responsible about posting book reviews in order to have deeper discussions about books I like/dislike.
- Make sure to tweet out new posts to increase potential audience.
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