TBR Busting

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January 1, 2017

164

(Using my list at Goodreads as an easy basis and for record keeping.)

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My (rather informal) goal is to reduce the TBR count to under 100 by the end of 2017. If I succeed, there will be rejoicing!

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35 comments on “TBR Busting

  1. Guy Savage says:

    I joined a Goodreads group and we’re each tackling our TBR stacks

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  2. BookerTalk says:

    Good luck with the goal. I’m having a similar intent to read more of what I already own but haven’t put any kind of figure on it. The biggest challenge for me will be not buying any more books for six months.

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  3. Liz Dexter says:

    Good luck! I am planning some re-reading this year but of course feel I should get the TBR down a bit first!

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  4. I like that kind of goal more than a goal for how many books we read in all…getting the TBR down a bit feels like a plan. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Fred says:

    madamevauquer,

    Best wishes on meeting your goal. I’m also working on my Mount TBR, so I’m pulling for you all the way.

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    • Dagny says:

      Ditto, Fred! If you don’t post about it on your blog, feel free to update me on your progress here. I’ll be checking with you at the end of the year!

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      • Fred says:

        Dagny,

        I haven’t decided yet what to do about posting any progress, or lack thereof, beyond doing something at the end of the year. I’m considering a side bar containing books purchased that month and the number of books read from Mount TBR.

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  6. I stopped buying paper books several years ago and have never built up either an e-book or audio TBR pile (I buy as I read there, keeping a wishlist for future purchases.) My physical TBR pile is now about 80 and I really have no interest in reducing it further – my eyes are getting older and print format is hard. So my resolutions are to just keep reading about 150 books a year (this year 172) with Kindle or Audible (even Kindle is getting hard) and blog them.

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    • Dagny says:

      Good for you, Becky! I know what you mean about the small print. I’ve had a few books that I could only read in bright daylight. My Goodreads goal for 2017 is also 150, but in my case it also includes physical books.

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  7. Hemangini says:

    I don’t have too big a goal for this year but I am hoping to exceed my expectations. All the best for your GR goals this year Dagny 🙂

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  8. Emma says:

    Good luck with that.
    Does it mean you’re on a book buying ban as well?

    I’ll join the Goodreads group if I can find it. I need to decrease my TBR too.

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  9. Dagny says:

    No, I’m not on a book buying ban per se. But there are probably only a handful that I will purchase. Mainly it’s a few mystery series that I have been following for years and my library doesn’t carry.

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  10. funny, yep, we are 2 French Emmas book blogging. Words And Peace lives near Chicago though ;-). Funny, we are so many trying to tackle our TBR this year. Here is what I’ll be dealing with on Mount Ararat: https://wordsandpeace.com/2016/12/30/mount-tbr-reading-challenge-2017/

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    • Dagny says:

      Both of you being French is probably what always confuses me. 🙂

      I saw your blog post, Emma, and it is what convinced me to list my current TBR list when I make my own blog post. So handy for later too. Thanks for that!

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