I started my annual reading challenge because of the Popsugar Challenge a few years ago. Most of the challenges over the years were more difficult. This one doesn’t seem awful. I may give it a shot. I might also get bored before I finish all the books on the list. Only time will tell.
I found this to track what I want to read in 2020. There are 36 books per page. I may start this, in addition to Goodreads, to track next year.
I am still thinking of what my 2020 goal will be. I hit my 2019 goal of 75 very easily, and it looks like I’ll hit my adjusted goal of 120 with time to spare. I still have a few weeks to decide, but I may fill this out with books I really want to get to. Or, I can fill in bookclub requirements on another sheet. I know I’ll read more than 36, so I will have multiple pages.
I started out with a bang with my annual reading challenge. I spent most of the year being many, many books ahead, but I just haven’t been reading as quickly this Fall.
I adjusted my reading goal twice. I started out with 75 books as my goal, but with the children’s books I easily met that goal. So, I adjusted it to 100. Again, I met that easily. I finally settled on 120, taking the children’s books into consideration, and adding a couple of extra adult books to add the 40 ish children’s books to the original 75, plus a couple.
Yesterday, I finished book 105/120. I should be finishing book 106 today. I have several other books that are mostly finished, but a few have to be read in order, because of bookclub deadlines. I have about 6 weeks to go to finish 14 books. I am positive I can do it.
I have been working my way through my annual book goal. I actually met my original goal of 75 books. I read short books during pride week, so I felt that I didn’t really get there.
I adjusted my goal, but it still shows that I’m 12 books ahead of schedule. I am still reading, and I am sure that I can get to my goal of 100 by the end of the year.
I am working on getting some of the draft posts actually posted onto the blog. Most have just needed a little work before they get out there, but some are still sitting as drafts. Those that are ready are getting published. Check! Check! Check!
My annual challenge is still alive and kicking. I am 11 books ahead of my adjusted goal of 100. I have read 61 books this year. I was so far ahead because of the pride month children’s books, I felt I needed to adjust it.
As far as my other goals go, one bite at a time. Getting there! Slowly.
According to my Goodreads account, I have completed 60 of my 75 books for my annual goal. I went and counted and I have read 15 children’s books so far this year. I wasn’t expecting to read that many when I set the goal. Adding the 15 to my originally planned 75 books would make the count 90, so I’ll be changing the goal to 100. It shows that I am 24 books ahead, so I’ll be ok, I think.
Changing the goal to 100 makes me only 12 books ahead of schedule. Still well above where I thought I’d be.
Because I read several children’s books, my completed book count is higher than I expected it to be. I think I may have to adjust my reading goal to 100 to compensate for the 10 or so children’s books I have read in the past week. I am more than halfway to the 100 already, and the year isn’t even halfway over. I think I can do it. I may wait until I am further ahead to adjust it, so it’s not overwhelming to me.