Friday, December 22, 2017

Seasonal TBR Challenge: Winter Edition





This past fall I challenged myself to get 15 books off my TBR shelf and, while I wasn't able to complete the challenge, it really motivated me to read those books instead of just reaching for something else. 

Because of that, I've decided to do it again. 

This challenge will run from today (or technically yesterday -- I'm late with posting this) until March 20th. I'm going to list 12 books this time, as my reading has really slowed the past few months. Maybe it will pick up again, but just in case I want to have a reasonable goal.

If you want to participate in this challenge, feel free. Just create a blog post and share the books you want to get off your TBR shelf this winter. Be sure to link to this post and comment here so I can read it. :)

Here are the books I want to get off my TBR shelf this winter.

 
 



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3 comments:

Tarissa said...

Cool! I might be interested in joining your challenge... Are you still accepting participants to join?

Furthermore (if you are), should I include in my list some of my January reads that I had planned out beforehand (and I've now finished, you see) -- or only books that I'm planning to read in February and March?

Tarissa
http://inthebookcase.blogspot.com

Melanie said...

You can definitely still join! I think you should include your January reads that you planned on reading along with your February/March TBR. Can't wait to see your list and good luck! :)

Tarissa said...

Thank you! I just posted my Winter TBR list. This will help me stay on track. :)

http://inthebookcase.blogspot.com/2018/02/laura-ingalls-wilder-winter-tbr-reading.html

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