Before you know, Memorial Day and the rush of summer breezes will tap your manicured hot pink toes. Along with barbecues, pool parties, and freshly-cut grass, summer means another great reason to shop. No. I’m not talking about sundresses and cute sandals (Though, they’re tucked in my brain somewhere).
If you’re like me, you get a lot of reading completed this time. Want great tips on building the perfect TBR? Follow this link. My particular favorite? Diversifying your selection. Fantasy fan? Cool. Switch your favorite genre with some YA or adult fiction. Not only will you stay involved in reading, but you’ll discover some great books.
To Build A Great Summer TBR List?
If you promise to read more books during the year, create a reading challenge. Several sites offer chances to join theirs, including POPSUGAR and Goodreads. Using the latter grants reminders of getting ahead or fallen behind your tailored challenge. You read, according to your schedule. Want to read fifty books a year? Go! Want to read one hundred? Awesome! Five? Sure. You could further though. I believe in you. Adjust as you please.
Remember, reading is for fun and enhancement. Don’t stress or worry. But, do enjoy yourself.
Reading takes patience and money. But, most of all, reading takes time. With hectic schedules, children, and daily life strains, readers worry they’re not meeting their yearly challenges, or simply they do not read as much as they would like.
How can readers fix the problem?
Here’s one tip I use: Daily page counts.