This year to tackle my TBR in 2020 I have finally taken the plunge for not one but three reading challenges.
As a part of the challenge, not only am I doing the prompts for the challenges but I am going to be reading the books already with me. The paperbacks which make me feel guilty when I pass my bookracks and the ebooks; when I download yet another free book!
Not that I will stop getting more books but I will choose books for the prompts from those I already have for TBR 2020.
First the Challenges:
#ReadingWithMuffy is my first challenge. Shalini has put up an amazing collection of prompts and then we have the cute fella Muffy. What fun!
Brunch Book Challenge 2020 is the second challenge for me. I have tried it every year but except the year that it was launched, I have never completed it. This year it’s at least 60 books and 15 have to be Indie Authors so it’s a win-win. Very easy to do as well. See the rules below!
#TBRChallenge2020 is hosted by Saumya and Shalini and their prompts are fun and very doable. I have already started on the first book for the challenge, “A book from a genre you generally avoid.” This is the final challenge and I hope to cover all the prompts.
The good news is that I have already read 3 books as I type this and 1 is a kid lit, picture book. So I am quite happy with my progress. The reviews will keep coming as they do, hopefully, more regularly.
The three books read are Where’d You Go, Bernadette? Her Prince Charming and Downward Dog with Diego.
Follow my Progress for TBR 2020
I have created a tag on Goodreads called TBR 2020. You can follow me and join me as I read the books this year.
Another way to follow and pick the books I am reading is this list of books on my Amazon Affiliate Shop. If you buy a book from this link I will make a small fee/commission at no extra cost to you. Here is the direct link to the TBR 2020.
Happy reading and may you get hours of distraction and disturbance-free time to read!
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