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My Non-OWL April 2019 Reading List

I am not an organized reader. Yesterday I posted my first quarter challenge updates and some things are going really well and others are suffering from the persistent mod reading. Something has to change! In addition to joining the OWL Readathon that was put together by G @ Book Roast, I am going to try making a general April 2019 Reading List. Here is what I hope to read to keep my challenges going during the month of April.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

One NonFiction book about Sherlock Holmes (Waiting to see what the library provides!)

One Sherlock Holmes Fiction Book (A Study in Charlotte)

Finish the Magnus Chase series or The Fate of the Tearling series

And read my backlist!!! It is not getting any better by ignoring it! This is where I hope the OWL Readathon will help clear some decks.

I also need to read my three ARCs; Highland Crown by May McGoldrick, Dreaming in Code: Ada Byron Lovelance, Computer Pioneer by Emily Arnold McCully, and Solving for M by Jennifer Swender.


I realize this is a pretty unimpressive reading list and that many people have 10-15 books specifically picked out. But, that would be a recipe for disaster for me. I need flexibility to see what books call to me. And yet, I also need to suck it up and read certain books already. If I manage to finish all of these and my books for my O.W.L. Readathon I am going to celebrate (probably with a new book).


Tell me, please!

Do you have any tips on how to plan your upcoming reading to achieve your goals?


 

6 thoughts on “My Non-OWL April 2019 Reading List

  1. I’ve got to be honest, I stopped doing monthly TBRs and just focused on monthly wrap-ups because I always got distracted! You may not have specific titles but the number you’re aiming for is still rather impressive to me!

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    1. I have never done a specific TBR at all and I am hopeful that this new method will help me finally dig through my massive physical TBR. But, once I finish that I will be happy to go back to total mood reading! Thanks for the compliment too – after my disastrous February of non-reading I need to get my mojo back.

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  2. I’m actually one of those people who is not a necessarily a mood reader, so for me most of the time it is quite easy to work of the ‘list’ 😂😂 but I’m pretty sure this doesn’t work for most people..

    (Www.evelynreads.com)

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