I joined the Mount TBR Challenge hosted by Bev at My Reader's Block last year in July, and I just barely made my goal of 12 books by the end of the year. I have plans to do better this year! I've decided to read books from my own shelves until the end of the school year. I don't have time for big library trips right now, so this is the perfect time to focus on all those books that have been sitting neglected for so long.
To help me keep focused on my TBR stacks, I've decided to aim for the Mt. Vancouver level this year. That means I need to read 36 of my own books by December 31. Sounds easy this early in the year, right? I sure hope it turns out to be as easy as I think!
I already have one book complete. I devoured Friday's Child by Georgette Heyer over the weekend. I've just been waiting for January 1 to read that one! I'll be keeping track of the rest of my list on my 2014 Reading Challenges page. You can check out the (hopefully) growing list over there.
My name is Julie, and I own a lot of books. As in, they are stacked on the floor because I've run out of room on the shelves. And those shelves? There are so many books on them that they smile -- not sag; smile. This blog will cover book reviews and all manner of other bookish things.
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