Mt TBR Report: April 2021

Last month, I mentioned I was trying a new approach to my TBR, recommended by Sandstone. Safe to say it has been very effective. This was probably also helped by some improvements in my health. Mt TBR Status Mt TBR @ 1 January 2021: 426Mt TBR @ 31 March 2021: 425Mt TBR @ 30 April […]

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Mt TBR Report: March 2021

Friends, I’m feeling very tired. I am continuing to deal with some health issues and some significant changes to household routine. So, I have decided to embrace the trend towards short and/or fluffy in my reading for the time being. You can continue to expect to see a lot of romance on my lists in […]

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Mt TBR Report: April 2019

April generally sees a spike in my reading, in part due to Dewey’s Readathon (there’s a corresponding spike in October, when the readathon also runs). This year’s spike is a bit bigger than usual, as I never quite slowed down after the readathon was over. Mt TBR Status Mt TBR @ 1 January 2019: 442 […]

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Mt TBR Report: March 2019

  With Aurealis judging done and fewer reading and book club commitments, my reading slowed down a little in March… although not as much as I expected it to. Mt TBR is inexplicably continuing to shrink and I find I’m starting to make progress on the oldest part of the ranges. Mt TBR Status Mt […]

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Mt TBR Report: February 2019

This February was my second-best month for reading on record. It was beaten only by January 2017, which was not coincidentally the last time I faced a deadline for Aurealis judging. It seems that deadlines continue to be the best way to motivate me. This month was also helped by a couple of four-hour train […]

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2019 Reading Challenges

If you’ve been following me for even a short time, you probably know I’m a sucker for a reading challenge. Some of the ones in which I participate are seasonal or only run for a short time. However, I usually sign up for a couple of year-long challenges, just to keep things interesting. 2018 Challenges […]

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