We’re four months into the 2019 Tackle My TBR Challenge… how’s it going for you? I’m meeting my reading goals each month, but I can’t seem to get the review aspect under control. Oh well. Maybe I’ll get caught up this month…
Don’t forget, there’s still time to sign up if you haven’t already. Tell your friends!
- The 2019 Tackle My TBR Challenge runs January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019. You can join at any time.
- The goal is to read at least ONE book from your TBR every month. It can be an ARC, ebook, audiobook or print – your choice. Any reading is good reading!
- If one TBR book a month isn’t enough, set your goal higher! Do you think you can read five a month? Ten? Go big or go home! Just for fun, I’ve added some levels below.
- You don’t have to be a blogger to participate. You can track your progress on Goodreads, Insta, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube… wherever you want!
- Use #TackleMyTBR2019 on social media.
- Feel free to use the banner graphic on your posts and/or social media.
- Tell your friends!
It’s up to you to track your goal however you’d like. In addition to this post, I’ll be including my own update in my monthly That’s a Wrap post. I’ll also be tracking on Instagram and on a Goodreads shelf dedicated to the Tackle My TBR Challenge. You do whatever works for you. Part of the fun of a challenge like this is seeing how everyone else is progressing, so be sure to come by each month and let me know how your goals are coming along!
My goal for the Tackle My TBR Challenge is FOUR TBR books each month. I also hope to review at least half of the books I read. I surpassed my reading goal, but didn’t review a single book. Oops. 🤷🏻♀️
April’s topic was Movie adaptation and Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda was my pick. This book has literally been on my TBR since it was released and it took me this long to get to it. Totally kicking myself right now. But man, what a great read.
May’s topic is New-to-you author. I’m not worried about this one. I have probably hundreds of books by new-to-me authors sitting around on my shelves — virtual and otherwise — so I’m sure I can come up with something.
How do you feel about a Q2 Readathon? Are you ready? I AM! Last time I was a little late in getting the announcement out, so I want to put it out there with lots of time for this one. I made the Q1 Readathon a “build your own” style. This time, I’m just doing a good ol’ weekend-long readathon. You can put as much — or as little — pressure on yourself as you want.
How’d your April go?
Did you meet your goal?