Books, TBR Challenge

Cora’s TBR Challenge Check-In

We’re a quarter of the way through the year, fellow readers. Are you at least 25% of the way through your TBR Challenge?

I am, though April has been another slow reading month for me. Happily, it’s not because of migraine troubles. I’ve actually been writing a lot more lately, and I don’t tend to read as much when I’m on a writing binge. If I do read during a writing stint, I try to stay away from the time period I’m writing so I don’t inadvertently borrow from someone else’s work (research is one thing, but plagiarism is quite another!). Right now I’m working my way through Edith Pargeter’s The Bloody Field, and enjoying it enormously. When I’m finished, I think I might go back and do Shakespeare’s Henry V again. 🙂

The Bloody FieldIt’s not too late to join in the reading fun! Check out this year’s TBR Challenge page for more details.

7 thoughts on “Cora’s TBR Challenge Check-In”

  1. I have read at least 2 books a week. 9 more books this month, 37 total for the year. I read the next book in the Mackenzies. I think Ian will always be my favorite, but we shall see! I have 2 books I need to finish today, one for book club & one for GR Lisa Kleypas group! I am about 50/50 for old & new books. Glad you are enjoying your reading and writing! Perhaps those migraines were job-related? 😉


    1. You’re on a roll, Sharlene! And yes, while the migraines were substantially caused by weather changes, the stress of my last couple of teaching positions certainly didn’t help 😀


      1. Cora, that’s true. Then I look at all the books remaining on my Goodreads “to-read” shelf and get despondent that I will ever manage to read them all. The worst thing is I just keep adding more books!


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