2020 Tackle My TBR Reading Challenge Update #1

Here is my first update for the Tackle My TBR challenge. I am going to try and do an update for this challenge every month but we will see if that actually happens. 

First here are some of the basic details:

  • 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. 
  • 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! There are some goal levels below if that’s your thing.
  • Use #TackleMyTBR2020 on social media.
  • Visit KimberlyFaye Reads posts about this challenge for more information http://bit.ly/tacklemytbr2020

Challenge levels:

  • Safety: read 12 TBR books
  • Blitz: read 13-24 TBR books
  • First Down: read 25-36 TBR books
  • Field Goal: read 37-48 TBR books
  • Hail Mary: read 49-60 TBR books
  • Touchdown: read 61+ TBR books

My goal is for the Hail Mary, so 50 books, but I am really going to push for the Touchdown challenge because I have a lot of TBR books. So here is how far I have gotten in two months. 

Books completed so far:

  1. Demon’s Mercy by Rebecca Zanetti
  2. A Bit of Bite by Cynthia Eden
  3. Vengeance by Rebecca Zanetti
  4. Neanderthal Seeks Human by Penny Reid
  5. Permanent Ink by Avon Gale
  6. The Christmas Cowboy Hero by Donna Grant
  7. The Woman Who Would Be King: Hatshepsut’s Rise to Power in Ancient Egypt by Kara Cooney
  8. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
  9. Brownies & Betrayal by Heather Justesen
  10. Chef Sugarlips by Tawna Fenske
  11. Dreams of a Highlander by Katy Baker

39 more books to go to get to 50! Hopefully I can get through at least another 5 in March but we will see. 

Are you participating in any reading challenges? Do you try to pick from your TBR for those challenges? 


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    1. Last year was the first time I did a reading challenge and I actually enjoyed it. It got me to read a lot of my backlog of books that I wasn’t planning on reading anytime soon. It also was a great way to find new favorite authors. Of course I still read whatever I wanted in between.

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