Well, I've certainly gone in spurts, sometimes reading lots of classics and sometimes going for months without picking one up. I have currently read 28 out of my 51 books, and I have just under 2 years left to finish the list. That seems like a pretty tall order.
And then, I discovered Serial Reader through a post on The Broke and the Bookish. Serial Reader will send you a chunk of a classic book to read every day. (Let me say right now that I am in no way being compensated for raving about this app. I just really love it!) Each chunk takes between 10 and 20 minutes to read. They have a wide range of literature divided into genres. It's easy to find something to read, and you can always request the book you're looking for if they don't already have it. There is everything from Sherlock Holmes stories (which are 2-4 issues long) to Moby Dick (79 issues) and War and Peace (235 issues). You also earn badges for various accomplishments, which I have to admit is always strangely motivating to me.
Right now, I'm halfway through The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain. It's so easy to spend 10 minutes a day reading, and just like that, I'm halfway through checking another book off my Classics Club list!
Since I'm sure that I'm not the only one looking for a way to fit more classics into my reading life, I thought I would share the wonders of the Serial Reader app. Try it out for yourself! It's fun!