June has been an unprecedented month of really disappointing reads – 5 x DNFs, 1 x 1*, 2 x 2*. However, as several of you have agreed, having a lot of DNFs can be a good thing. It frees up reading time for other books. Books that could potentially be phenomenal.
So, I took the opportunity to clear and trim Mt. TBR a little bit this month, but actually managed to read quite a few titles, too, no doubt due to some much-needed vacation time.
End of June Mt. TBR:
End of May Mt. TBR:
End of April Mt. TBR:
End of March Mt. TBR:
End of February Mt. TBR:
End of January Mt. TBR:
Start of the Year Mt. TBR:
Books read this month: 19
Mt. TBR Books read this month: 15 (but 5 were DNFs)
Women / Men / Team*: 57% / 40% / 3%
Fiction / Non-fiction*: 75% / 25%
% of original Mt. TBR read: 64%
% of live Mt. TBR read: I lost count of this…and am not going to fix the spreadsheet.
(* – of all books read since 01 January 2018)
Link to the original Mt. TBR (2018) post.
Rules – same as previously – are that I picked a stack of physical books off my shelves at home which I would try to read over the course of the year. Any new purchases are added to the pile. If I pick another physical book of my shelves, I get to take one off the pile and put it on the shelf – as a s