Reading Goals for the Last Quarter: Top Ten Tuesday

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(We’ve just begun the last quarter of the year! What bookish goals would you still like to accomplish? If you participated in TTT’s Bookish Goals for 2023 topic this past January, update us on which goals you’ve achieved, which you’ve given up on, and which ones you’re still working on!)

Reading Goals I Still Want to Accomplish Before the End of the Year is the Top Ten Tuesday theme this week. In January, I posted Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Goals for 2023. I’ve made progress with some goals and not much with others.

I am in the same place on the Book Riot Read Harder Challenge. There are only 4 more books to go. This month, most of my time will be consumed by the Spooktober Readathon. So far I have finished one prompt. I have not even started thinking about what to read for the Back to Kindle Readathon yet.

Recently, I completed the Goodreads 2023 Reading challenge. My goal was 50 books. As of today, I have read 53 books.

It seems like I make progress with my NetGalley TBR List and then I add more books. I have not read too many books that have been waiting on the already bought TBR shelf. There are so many good books out there. I just want to read them all.

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish. It is currently hosted by Jana at That Artsy Book Reader. Be sure to tag That Artsy Book Reader and myself so that we can see your favorite books. Everyone is welcome to participate. Comments and links welcome!

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4 responses to “Reading Goals for the Last Quarter: Top Ten Tuesday”

  1. I have the same problem with NG. For every book I read and review, I add ten more! At least. LOL. I’ll never catch up. Good luck on all your goals!

    Happy TTT!


  2. I feel the same way about books. 🙂

    Here is my Top Ten Tuesday post. 

  3. Good job on your readathons so far. 

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. 

  4. Great job with your Goodreads challenge, and good luck with your other goals!

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