TBR Challenge

Cora’s TBR Check In

Happy Thanksgiving, fellow readers! We’ve got one month to go in our TBR Challenge–are you going to reach your goal?

I’ve been reading my little eyeballs off, but they’ve all been soon-to-be-released books (the editing business is, shall we say, booming). I’ve also been working on a short story that I planned on releasing in December (I’ll post more when I have an exact date) as a follow up to Save the Last Dance for Me, and that has consumed whatever free time I’ve had so my TBR bins have been sorely neglected. I did pledge to read 18 books that I’ve owned for a year or more, and so far I’ve read 15. That leaves me a month to get 3 books read from my TBR bins–certainly attainable. We’ll see what the next few weeks bring 😀

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6 thoughts on “Cora’s TBR Check In”

  1. Cora, regrettably I won’t achieve my aim of reading 65 books this year. I have read 54 books so far and am 4 books behind schedule. This means I would need to read 11 books between now and the end of December to meet my target. An impossible feat given the speed I read, the reviews I will need to do and my blogging commitments.

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  2. Cora & Carol, I have read 119 books, people! But I have still not met the TBR challenge I set on this blog. I believe I will finish the Mckenzies & McBrides by the end of the year, and that was on my list. I will also finish the Hathaways, which wasn’t on my list. Still, can we count it as very old TBR? I find that between work & driving my daughter around, I don’t have much time. I get a lot more reading done at home if I stay off the internet! But what fun is that? I am lucky to be a fast reader & I don’t have any reading obligations like you ladies do. I think we are all doing well. Thanks for keeping in touch!

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  3. I committed to read 40 books on Goodreads and the funny thing is I completed the challenge in October and I am so happy to not force more books. I am just reading more articles, journals and blog posts.

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