Tackle Your TBR Challenge

Posted September 9, 2017 in Challenge Tags: ,

So, like every blogger I know, I am always saying “I need to get to these books that have just been sitting on my kindle!”. Then I get an email from a publisher and my plans go out the window. So, when Tressa at Wishful Endings posted about the Tackle your TBR challenge I jumped on it. Head over to her post to see the full details!

Here is my plan:

  • I would like to continue to tackle the books I didn’t finish on my summer #COYER reading list
  • I will add them to my #RockMyTBR Reading Challenge and note that they are for this challenge
  • I would like to get 5 books read during this time (September 11th-24th) (whichever 5 from my reading list tickle my fancy!)

Thats my plan! I hope you will join us or cheer me on 🙂

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7 responses to “Tackle Your TBR Challenge

    • Yes, I just am so frustrated with myself lately. I have so many books. But, I keep grabbing ARCs and committing to have them reviewed by a certain date and then suddenly, there isn’t a single day left in the month for a book I want to read! Literally, Monday-Saturday I have 1 book scheduled a day that are part of committed tours or agreements with publicists. And now, every time I look at the list of books I now HAVE to read, none of them look good. Its kind of sucking the enjoyment out of reading and its freaking me out!

  1. I always lament about how I need to read the books I have, but then I take books out of the library or request a bunch of DRCs. It’s hard to resist the shiny, new books. Good luck. I know you will do better than me.

    • This is my problem. I already have the rest of September and all of october booked with ARCs. Literally, a book a day for every day but Sunday. Its like I can’t stop 1 clicking on netgalley and edelweiss! And my problem now? None of them sound good. I am looking at the books I am suppose to read this week like “meh”. Now reading feels like a chore but I made a commitment to the authors and publishers.

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