Those unread books are looking so pathetic, that I am already thinking about making a real commitment in 2010 (as opposed to the fake commitment I made for 2009) to make a big dent, by reading all those wonderful, highly regarded, unread books on my shelves.
- Do you ever look at all the unread books on your shelves, and regret having accepted so many review books?
I've been trying to read about 50% review books, each month these last few months, but my TBR stacks have not gone down, as I've acquired about as many new books as I've read pretty much. Plus, I can't resist getting the newest releases from the library......What to do, what to do?
" I am going to make 2010 the year that I read what I want, and review only what I want".
" I plan on selecting 50 titles from my current stacks that I've wanted to read the most".
" I'll be joining fewer challenges, or only those challenges where I will read from my own stacks"
How about a new challenge for 2010?
Books I MUST Read in 2010
- pre-selected; no changes allowed; from your own shelves"?
- It could be (25) OR 50 books as an individual goal.
- Fiction, non fiction, but the books must come from your own collection, and be on your shelves prior to making your list for 1-1-2010.
Yes, I've said it here, but now to make it happen. I have never hosted a challenge, and don't know how to make those cool Challenge designs some of you come up with, but would this sound like a good challenge to begin 2010, and run through the year? Would anyone like to host this challenge. or Could someone tell me how to add text through a cool picture, and I'll host it?
Please share your thoughts.
Okay, I've vented, I feel better, it's time to "make the coffee". Have a great Sunday everyone.
P.S. ...That yellow hibiscus bloomed beautifully this past week, I had to take a picture. As soon as a bloom falls off, more pop out.